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Vol. XLVI. July to Dbcbmbbr, 1894* 





Advertislag in Bureau of Am. Republics refused 544 

American authors, Assoc, of. 580 

— Bible Society i5x 

— Educational Catalogue. 33^^ 

~~ Paper Manufacturers* Assoc 151 

Andrews, Dudley R., Obituary 93a 

Antwerp ** Assodation Litteraire" 9S4i 3^5 

Artists, Protection to 331 

Authors* reception for charity 10x3 

Beadle, Brastus P., Obituary 1x19 

Bell, Robert H., Obituary 97* 

Bible, First printed in English in America y^f 

— Notes on early English editions x8a 

— Soc*y. Ste American. 

Bindings, Brander Matthews on 726 

— Rare 965 

Blakeman, Birdseye, Obituary 54^ 

BoUes. C. E., w. N. Y. World ia8 

Bookbinding. Set Profession of Bookselling. 

Book-canvasser, Ingenious. a34 

Book-making, Curiosity in X046 

» — Plea for better xxx8 

Book that crawls. 337 

— > trade and public documents 1045 

— — Organization of 735 

Bookbinding exhibit. International 183 

— History of X047 

** Bookbuyer (The) " competition in coTer designs.. . 304 
Books by the million 736 

— Imports and exports of xso, ao6, 3a6, 6x6 

— sold by street venilers 3B5 

Booksellers' Syndicate 543 

Bookselling, Co-operative 331 

— Profession of ....lao, 145, xBo. 578, 6x5 

Bookworm, Live, found ) .1 1.^ . X076 

-r verses 334 

Botta, Vincenzo, Obituary 584 

Bow-Knot Pub. Co. 's offer xx 

Brassington*8 hist of the art of bookbinding 1047 

British Museum caulogue. Printing of .... , 583 

Brugsch, Prof. H. K., Obituary fl 337 

Buchhaendlerhaus and its collections 695 

Bureau of Am. Republics, No advertisements for. . . . 544 
Burton's ** Arabian Nights," Dissatisfaction of orig- 
inal subscribers xxx6 

Campbell Wall Paper Co. to join the National Wall 
Paper Co X33 

— Not to join X84 

Canad i an copyright act, Proposed 339, 6x7, 964 

Carter, Timothy H., Obituary 148 

•• Catalogue des Catalogues " 543 

Catholic Historical Society, Brooklyn 1047 

Catholic Pub. Soc*y Co., Dissolution of 184 

Chapman, John, Obituary xix9 

Christmat Bookshelf: Christmas Greeting, 39.— Life 
of Christ in Art, 30.— Shelf of Old Books, 31,— Reign 
of Queen Anne, 34— Moli^reand Balzac, 36.— Hypa- 
tia, 98.— Sketch-Book, 40.— Three Heroines of New 
England Romance. 43.— The Farmer's Boy, 43.— 
Polly, 44.— Pomona's Travels, 44.— Their Wed- 
ding Journey, 46 —Some Dainty Books, 47.— Illus- 
trated Library Editions of Standard Works, 50.— 
Other Holiday Gift-Books, 53-83.— Books for Young 
People, 84-X13.— List, 113. 

issue 735 

Circulating libraries. Early 355 

— Library. Soe Profession of Bookselling. 

Classified index to prose and poetry 383 

Collector, Excitementsof 304 

Commercial Travellers' Assoc, of America's Home.. . 580 

Congressional Library, Work on 737 

Cooke, Josiah P., Obituary 305 

Co-operauve bookselling 331 

Copp, Wm. H., Obituary 356 

Copyright Act of 1890, Constitutionality of 385 

— Canadian 339, 6x7 

— Dramatic xo, 307 

— Foreign author and copyright. 253, 335 

— matters, American Book Co. vs, Werner Co 33X 

American Publishers' Copyright League's pro- 
test against the Hicks' bill 969 

— — BoUes, C. E., w. N. Y. World 338 

British protests against the proposed Canadian 

copyright law 969 

— — Gilbert, W. S., w. London Star 696 

Harper & Bros. vs. Edgar S. Werner lax 

Littleton vs. The Oliver Ditson Co 307 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Estate, v$. George D. 

Hurst 1048 

" Living pictiu-es" 738 

— — Manufacturing clause to be applied to illustra- 
tions 384 

— — Portraits of famous men public property 969 

Protection to artists. 23X 

Schloss vs. Chicago Blade 728 

Werckmeister vs. Springer Lith. Co 585 

— Perpetual 545, 6x7 

— Proposed amendment to section 4956 of revised 
statutes 545 

— Suggestion, Mallarm^ on pension fund 303 

— World's Fair ode litigauon 617 

Corliss portrait. Decision regarding 969 

Davids, Thad., Obituary 149 

Dillmann, August, Obituary 149 

Dix, John A., Obituary 617 

Dodd, Mead ftCo.'s removal — o 

** Dont's " for bookbuyers. , 





Doom of books ; What the phonograph will do 384 

Dramatic copyright 10 

Duruy, Jean V., Obituary 970 

Early circulating libraries 355 

— Eng. editions of the Bible 189 

Educatiohal catalogue. Ste American. 

— publishers, List of 32 

England, ** Net *' sjrstem and underselling in lois 

English books, List of ....9, 119, 179, asa, aSa, 30a, 541 

614, 680, 724, loxi, X073 

— novels, Price of 543 

Engravers, Representative vrorkof the greatest. xox6 

Evening with '* Trilby " 696 

Ex-Libris, Exhibition of 583 

Fall amnouncements, List 354 

— Publishers* summaries 373 

— outlook 37a 

Figuier, G. L., Obituary , 971 

Fin de si^le bindings 726 

Foote library, Sale of 10x6 

Ford, John Bruce, Obituary 697 

Freeman, Norman L., Obituary 385 

French press law X83 

— report on publishing exhibits at World's Fair X047 

German music trade 254 

Goodenough, Edw., Obituary X017 

Graham, Geo. R., Obituary 123 

Griesimer, Henry, blind bookseller , 968 

Hamerton, Philip G., Obituary 728 

Helmholu, Prof. Hermann F. ▼. , Obituary 337 

Hicks' bill, Amer. Publishers* Copyright League pro- 

testagainst 969 

— report from Committee on Patents 545 

High art in posters 1075 

Hill's '• Readers " not plagiarisms X047 

Hirzel, Heinrich, Obituary • 305 

Hoffmann, Heinrich, Obituary 6x8 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Obituary 583 

Howells, W. C, Obituary 385 

Huneker Collection 1016 

Hunter, Robert, Obituary 1048 

Illustrations, " Manufacturing clause " to be applied. 384 
Imports and exports in relation to books, etc 150, ao6 

326, 616 
Index to July record of books, X7a.— August, 276.— 

September, 53s.— October, 68x.— November, 958.— 

December, 1096. 

•• Infelicia "—A bit of literary history 737 

International bookbinding exhibit 183 

— Copyright does protect 1045 

Japanese as printers. ' 207 

Johnson letter in old book 304 

"Jordan's Guide to Poetry and Prose" 383 

Kendall, C . S., Obituary 1048 

Kimball, Henry H., Obituary 232 

Klosd, Edwin G., Obituary 546 

Law-books, Buchanan trial 231 

Lawrence, Eugene, Obituary 256 

Layard, Sir Austen H., Obituary X23 

Leconte de Lisle, C. M. R., Obituary 149 

Lent, De Witt, Obituary 208 

Lewes, Dr. Louis, Obituary 1119 

"Limited Editions," Decline of xxx8 

** Literature, a closed career " 325 

Livermore Library 727, 10x5 

Lord, John, Obituary 1077 

Louis Phillippe Albert D'Orleans, Obituary 327 

•' Luther's Little Catechism " 955 

McCosh, Dr. James, Obituary 970 

Magnard, Francis, Obituary 971 

Manuscripts, Search for lost 543 

Mcrriam's " International Dictionaries " 970 

Methodist Book Depository of Pittsburg, Pa xsx 

Meyer Electrotypes suit xxx8 


Miniature books 1x17 

Modem book. Shortness of the life of X076 

Monroe, Harriet, vs. New York World 6x7 

Moon, William, Obituary 618 

Museum of Newspapers xxx8 

Music published serially 305 

National Newsdealers' Assoc., Eleventh annual con- 
vention a3x 

Natural gas as a destroyer of leather bindings X049 

** Net ** system and underselling in England xoia 

New editions, Significance of 545 

Newsdealers* profits 696 

Newspapers, Museum of x x 18 

Nichol, John, Obituary 6x7 

Nijhoff, Martinus, Obituary 584 

Northwestern Booksellers* and Newsdealers* Assoc., 

Annual meeting xaa 

Oakley, James S., Obituary X49 

Obituary: G. R. Graham, 123.— Sir A. H. Layard, 123. 
— T. H. Carter, 148.— J. S. Oakley, 149 —T. Davids, 
149.— C. M. R. Leconte de Lisle. X49.— A. Dillmann, 
149.— W. H. Pater, 179.-N. M. Yadrintsef, 179.— 
F. H. Underwood, 807.— James Strong, 208.— De 
Witt C. Lent, 208.-H. H. Kimball, 23X.-D. R. 
Andrews, 231.— M. A. Sticknev, aji.—E. Lawrence, 
2s6.— Edw. Priestley, 256.— Wm. H. Copp, 256.— N. 

Paper manuiacmrers meet xsx 

Paris Inter. Book Exhibition xx 

Paste for cleaning windows 284 

Pater. Walter H., Obituary 179 

Peterson. Dr..Robert E., Obituary 69:^ 

Photographic exhibition 1017 

Photographs, Violation of copyright in use of 338 

Polhemus, John, Obituary X077 

Postal matters : Cases in which second-class rates of 

postage may be refused X077 

Extra numbers of serial '• libraries *' subject to 

third-class rates 199 

— reform needed 964 

Posters. High art in 1075 

Press law, French 183 

Priestley, Edw., Obituary 356 

Profession of bookselling.. x 20, 145, 180, 578, 615, 648, xxxs 

Protection for the foreign author 253 

Public Documents Bill aos, X013, X045 

— libraries, Vanderhaeghen plan for catalogue 543 

Publisher*s manufacturing account-book 580 

Publisher*s Trade List Annual xax 

Publishing exhibits at the Columbian World's Fair, 

French report X047 

Rare books in the market 543 

Religions of the world, Lectures on historic study.. .. 696 

Rossetti biography 975 

Rossi, Jean B. de. Obituary 547 

Rubinstein, Anton G., Obituary 971 

Salem (Old) Book Store x x x6 

School-book trade 303 

Scribner*s rare bindings 965 

Second class mail, New order regarding xat 

matter. Abuse of provisions governing 966 

— President's message on -^-!> ». . X014 

rates of postage may be refused-.V^jjOO-Ql-Qo?/ 



Shakespeare concordance, New 353 

— Soc*yo£N. Y 151 

Shakespeare's works, Early editions 543 

Shedd. Dr. Wm. G. T., Obituary 970 

Small, Willard 580 

Snakes tattooed 337 

Stationers undersold by department stores 303 

Stevenson, Robert Louis, Obituary 1077 

Stickney, Matthew A., Obituary 33a 

Strong, Dr. Jas., Obituary ao8 

Swing, David, Obituary 584 

Ssmdicate bookbuying 54s 

Talbot, Eugene, Obituary 547 

Tariff bill aap, 983 

Teall, Francis A., Obituary 971 

Telegraphic Historical Society Z048 

Thaxter, Mrs. Celia, Obituary 285 

Thierry, Edouard, Obituary 1017 

Thompson, Sir John S. D., Obituary 1048 


Three-volume novel. Discussion in England 205 

Tolstoi and the Publishers XX17 

"Tnlby" evening 696 

— Objections to 1076 

Trow Printing Co xai 

Underwood, Francis H., Obituary ao7 

United Sutes Book Co 146 

Veitch, John, Obituary 305 

Virginia Booksellers' Assoc., Fourth annual meeting. 146 

Walter John, Obituary. 798 

Werckmeister vs. The Springer Lith. Co 585 

Werner Co. of Chicago n, 184 

Whitechapel book-store 304 

Winthrop, Robert C, Obituary 971 

Wood-engraving, Decadence of 544 

Worthington, Richard, Obituary 584 

Worthington Co., Sale of plates 327 

— litigation. End of 1015 

Yadrintsef, N. M., Obituary J79 

Zola's books, Objection to la 

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Acme Suttionery and Paper Co 29 

Aiken Pub. Co 562 

Altemus, H 240 

American and Foreign Magazine Depot.... 15 

American Baptist Pub. See 510, 168 x 

American Book Co 26-27, 511, 174^* 1084 

American Catalogue 628» 1030 

American Educ. Catalogue 17 

American Sunday-School Union 185 x 

American Tract Society 512, 182 ;r 

Annual Am. CaUlogue 18, 244 

Annual Literary Index 18, 298 

Appleton (D.) & Co. .1, loi, 109. 165, 221, 269, 
317, 346-347. Sai, 601. 669, 14-15 X, 941, 1029 

Arena Pub. Co 187 jt 

Armstrong (A. C.) & Son 342, last cover x 

Arnold & Co 184 jt 

Baker (The) & Taylor Co 21, 25. 519, 1085 

Bangi & Co 239, 292, 560, 627, 1 125 

Barnes (A. S.) & Co 105, 190 x, 192 x, 1082 

Bartlett*8 Book-Store 1021 

Beall, Robert 334 

Belknap & Warfield 106 

Benjamin, Wm. E 22, 105, 1086 

Besser, Ernest 997 

Bibliographical Publications 96, 706, 1028 

Binders for Weekly 23, 994 

Blakiston (P.) Son & Co 107 

Bookseller, Newsdealer and Sutioner 992 

Booksellers' and Stationers' Provident Assoc. 193 

Books for Summer Travellers 24, 138 

Boston School Supply Co 99 

Boussod, Valadon & Co 343, 13 x 

Bradley (A. I.)&Co 164 x 

Braun, Clement & Co 597 

Brentano's 22, 132, 490-491, 171 x, 1025, 

1056, 1058, 1085 
Butler (E. H.) & Co 103 

Cassell Pub. Co 137, 245, 483, 22 x 

Cazenove, C. D 22, 517, 1086 

Century (The) Co. 99, 476-479, 20-21 x 

Christcrn, F. W 106 

*' Christmas Bookshelf." Facing 592, 624 

Clark, A. S 15, 1082 

Clive, W. B 21,95,509 

Collins (Chas. ) 100 

Congregational S. S. and Pub. Soc 990 

Contemporary Pub. Co 514 

Copeland & Day 182 x 

yright Notices.. .15. 189, 289, 404, 556, 734, 

984, 1082 
Ul (T. Y.) & Co. . .424-431, 658, 146-147 X 


Davie (O.) & Co 134 

De Witt Pub . House. See also Russell & Son. 

22. 517, 666, 1086 

De Wolfe, Fiske & Co 501 

Dick & FiUgerald 22. 1086 

Dillingham (C. T.) & Co 20, 510, 1084 

Dillingham, G. W 1124 

Dodd, Mead & Co 488-489, 707, 744, 

158-159 x, 1062 

Duffie, W. J 107 

Dulany (Wm. J. C.) Co 103 

Dutton (E. P.) & Co 634-635, 18-19 X, 1089 

Dyrsen & Pfeiflfer. See Christern, F. W. 

Ellis, Geo. H 183 x 

English CaUlogue 160, 71a 

Estes & Lauriat. . . .297, 340, 472-475, 160-161 x 

Flood & Vincent 1124 

Funk & Wagnalls Co 502, 176 x 

Galignani Library 22, 562, 1086 

Ginn & Co 100, 494 

Goupil & Co. See Boussod, Valadon & Co. 
Griggs (S. C.) & Co 246, 1022, 1088 

Hagemann, H. W 742 

Harison, Wm. Beverley 21, 108. 741, 1083 

Harper & Bros 30, 341, 23-26 x 

Heath (D. C.)&Co 107 

Helburn, Wm 22, 1086 

Henkels, Sun. V 712 

Hessling & Spielmeyer...595, 188 x. 1055*, 1086 

Hinds (Arthur) & Co 90 

Holden, G. W 2a 

Holman (A. J. ) & Co 455, 626, 167 x, 990^ 


Holt (Henry) & Co 83, 215, 511, 663, 739 

Houghton. Mifflin & Co. . . .86-87, 263, 434-454, 
668, 4-7 X, 987, 989 

Hunt & Eaton 104, 503. 179 x 

Hurst & Co 186 X 

Industrial Publication Co 989- 

International Bible Agency 471, 169 x 

International News Co. . . .160, 264, 193 x, 1058- 
Ireland, John 190 x 

Jenkins, Wm. R.. .22, 102, 314, 189 x, 1056, io8s 

Johnson & Emigh. 740, 982, 1086 

Jones, M. W 740, 993, 1024, 1056, 1085 

Kansas Book Co 94 

Kay Printing House 22, 188 x, 1086 

Kellogg, A. H 22, 517, io8s 

Ketcharo, W. B ^. 514 

Knight (Joseph) Co. .QiSi^i.z.ed .by. Vr492-493, 165 Jf 



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Lambie Compaay 636 

Laurie (C.) 23 

Leach, Shewell & Sanborn 107 

Lee & Shepard 103, 520, 194-195 x 

Le Sondier, H 23,1087 

Libbie (C. F.) & Co 22, 1087 

Lichtenstein, C. B 23 

Lippincott (J. B.) Co. .20, 93, 220, 338, 456-461, 

632, 8-1 1 X, 1084 
Literary News. ..98, Facing 593, 660, 190 x, 998 

Little, Brown & Co. 345, 565, 140-141 x 

Longmans, Green & Co 84, 291, 663, 175 x, 

989, 1023 

Lothrop Pnb. Ca 500, 170 x 

Lovell. CoryeIl& Co 486-487 

Luyster, S. B 23, 1087 

McClurg (A. C.)&Co 180-181 x 

McKay, David 507, 12 x 

McL.ean (S. F.) & Co 23.995.1087 

McLoughlin Bros 197 

Macmillan & Co 16, 131, 190, 222, 290, 332, 

416-422, 557, 622, 703, 148-157 X, 985, 1054 

Manrin & Co 995, 1087 

Maynard, Merrill & Co 107, 189 x 

Meeks, Edward 190 x 

Meisterschaft Pub. Co 105, 238, 628, 1056 

Merrlam (G. & C.) Co 105, 190 x 

Merriam (The) Co 21, 191, 495, 166 x, 1083 

Merrill & Baker 513, 185 x 

Meyer Bros. & Co 195, 189 x X087 

Midland Educ. Co 23, 1087 

Miles, E. Edgar 594 

Miller, Norman C 1022 

Mi?chke,H 163 

Mosher, Tlios. B 513 

Murphy (John) & Co 344, 2 x 

Mutual Book Co 106 

Neely, F. Tennyson 559, 189 x 

Nelson (Thomas) & Sons 88-89, 239, 334, 

462-465. 662, 142-145 X 
New York News Co. 23, 163, 995, 1087 

Ogilvie (J. S.) Pub. Co 339, 1087 

Pelton, E. R 516, 1085 

Pennybacker, J 1021, 1082 

Porter & Coates 479, 3 x 

Pott 00 & Co 348, 172 X 

Presbyterian Bd. of Publication 496 

'* Profession of Bookselling " 20, 293 

'* Publishers* Circular'' 20 

Publishers' Trade List Annual 19, 215, 313 

Putnam's (G. P.) Sons 92, 159. 198, 296, 318, 

480-482, 592, 623, 16-17 X, 943 

Rand, McNally & Co 316, 1061 

Randolph (Anson D. F.) & Ca 497, 115 -^ 

Revell (F. H.) Co 498. 178 x 

Richmond, Geo. H 509, 598, 181 x 

RoberU Bros 2, 91, 166, 270, 31L, 423, 522, 

670, 738. 128,-137 X, 944, 1022 

Roorbach , Harold 187X 

Routledge (Geo.) & Sons 177 x 

Russell (R. H.) & Son. See also De Witt Pub. 
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Sabiston, Murray & Co 186 x 

Salisbury, Jesse 163, 1087 

ScHbner's (Chas.) Sons. 85, 196, 311. 335, 

405-415, 558, 659, 714. Facing 736, 116-126 x 

Scribner's Magazine 191 x 

Scudder's (Jna M.) Sons 23, 190 x, 1087 

Sheldon & Co 104 

Shuey , W. J 1 83 x 

Silver, Burdett & Co. . . .'. 991 

Sower (Chns.) Co. 103 

Spon & Chamberlain 23, 512, 1087 

Steiger (E.) & Co. . . .23, loi. 710, 190 x, 1025, 

X056, 1086 

Sterling Publishing Co 159 

Stokes (F. A.) Co 466-470, 713, 162-163 * 

Stone & Kimball 505 

Syndicate Trading Co 602, 942 

Tait (J. Selwin) & Sons 184 x 

Terquem, E 23, 1087 

Town Topics Pub. Ca 506 

Treat, E. B 516 

Truth Seeker Co 23, 1087 

United Brethren Pub. House. See also W. J. 

Shuey 514 

Universalist Pub. House 23, 1087 

University Pub. Co 106 

Vail (J. H.) & Co 22, 1085 

Van Everen, P. F 23, 518 

Van Nostrand (D.) Co 633 

Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd 600, 173 x 

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Webster (C. L.) & Co... 335 

Westermann (B.) & Co 23, 104, 10S7 

Whidden, Bradlce 708 

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Dostoievsky, F. Poor folk; from the Rus- 
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*' This book is not written primarily for advanced 
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Content$: Evolution of status of women since 1848: 
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Peck, W: M. Graded lessons in number. 
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The qnestion of dramatic copyright has been 
freshly brought up by the presentation to Con- 
gress of a petition signed by over two hundred 
dramatists and some two thousand managers 
and members of the dramatic profession, urging 
the revision of existing copyright laws, and ap. 
pealing for the adoption of measures to check 
the piracy of plays. The amendments proposed 
were discussed recently by the House Com- 
mittee on Patents, when the chairman, Mr. 
Covert, urged that they be reported, and made 
an earnest plea for the speedy passage of the 

The petition as it stands presents some inter- 
esting facts regarding dramatic conditions in 
this country. There are now in the United 
States some three thousand theatres and opera 
houses, employing about forty thousand persons, 
exclusive of actors and actresses. From four to 
five thousand players are employed in the per- 
formance of more than three hundred manu- 
script plays, written or owned by citizens of the 
United States. Naturally, the copyright in 
these plays represents a large amount of capital, 
as may be inferred from the statement that the 
cost of producing each play ranges from two 
thousand to twenty- five thousand dollars. 

The existing law regarding dramatic and mu- 
sical copyright punishes infringement by award- 
ing damages to the injured party in the sum of 
not less than one hundred dollars for the first 
and fifty dollars for every subsequent perform- 
ance. It also provides that the unlicensed 
production of a play may be restrained by in- 
junction. These provisions, however, have not 
proved an effective check to the evil, and dram- 
atists and managers complain that copyrighted 
plays are pirated all over the country with im- 
punity. They state that the piracy of successful 
new plays and the sale of stolen copies have 
become a systematic business, and that '* entire 

sections of the country, east, west, north, and 
south, are now so overrun with these unlawful 
producers of plays that reputable companies are 
completely debarred from entering them. The 
local managers and owners of theatres are no- 
where in sympathy with these unlawful produ- 
cers of plays, but it has now become almost im- 
possible for them to detect a fraudulent produc- 
tion when contracting for performances in their 

In the petition just submitted, two amend- 
ments to the existing law are asked: First, that 
In addition to being punishable by damages, 
play piracy shall be made a criminal offence,, 
with a maxium penalty of one year's imprison- 
ment; and second, that an injunction granted in 
any judicial circuit of the United Sutes shall 
hold good and t>e binding in every other circuit. 
This latter clause is both reasonable and prop- 
er. As the law now stands, an injunction is 
effective only in the circuit in which it is issued, 
so that a manager enjoined in one city has only 
to go to another outside the circuit to escape 
the injunction. The change proposed would 
effectively prevent this and would be in accord 
with sound common sense. 

The first amendment proposed is, however, 
decidedly open to question. It Is doubtful 
whether the unlicensed performance of a play 
should be made a criminal offence, punishable 
by imprisonment, but the chief and apparently 
Insurmountable difficulty in the way of such 
legislation is the lack of a definition as to what 
shall be considered raw material of plays. That 
a writer has right of property in his own plays 
is incontestable, but such right can hardly be 
claimed In the case of work that he has appro- 
priated or that he has felt at liberty to appro- 
priate. The revision or elaboration of a play 
by one dramatist certainly should not prevent 
the use of the original as " material '* by others. 
Among the playwrights whose names are at- 
tached to this petition are several who have 
done little but rework old material and who 
have attached their names to plays taken bodily 
from foreign dramatic works. More than fialf 
of the plays produced In this country are adap- 
tations of French or German pieces, while of 
some of the more popular foreign plays there 
are from three to five adaptations In the United 
States. Is each of these adaptors to be made 
absolute owner of his borrowed material as well 
as of his original work? Exclusive rights to 
strictly original plays are easily secured under 
the existing law, but the difficulty lies in deter- 
mining to whom appropriated foreign work be- 
longs. When this question has been definitely 
and authoritatively answered the chief perplex- 
ity of dramatic copyright will have been over^ 

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The Publishers' Weekly. 



The consolidation of the Weraer Company of 
Chicago and the Columbian Book Co., of St. 
Louis, has just been made public, to deal prima- 
rily in text-books and to fight the School-Book 
Trust at all points. The Werner Company is 
capitalized for $3,500,000. Its scope is some- 
what similar to that of the American Book 

The transaction is not properly a consolida- 
tion of the two companies. It is the purchase 
outright by the Werner Company of all the 
property, copyrights, and contracts of the Colum- 
bian Book Co., of St. Louis. ^The negotiations 
have been in progress since early in January. 
They were carried on for the Columbian Book 
Co. by Prof. Thos. R. Vickroy, and for the Werner 
Company by A. Belford, manager of the Wer- 
ner Company. The latter company declined to 
pay the stockholders of the Columbian Com- 
pany in stock of the Werner Company and pre- 
ferred to give cash Instead. 

The negotiations were ratified on the 37th 
nit. at the meeting of the directors of the Co- 
lumbian Book Co. What was the consideration 
that passed in the transfer cannot be learned, 
but one of the stipulations was that Prof. T. R. 
Vickroy, the preskjent of the Columbian Book 
Co., should join the Werner Company in an edi- 
torial capacity to aid ki the production of new 

The Werner Company has also purchased the 
contracts, copyrights, and other property of 
Porter & Coates. It is also negotiating for the 
purchase of a number of other small text-book 
publishing concerns. The purchase of the Por- 
ter & Coates and of the Columbian Book Co.'s 
contracts gives the Werner Company control of 
the majority of the text-books now used in the 
St. Louis public schools. The Columbian Com- 
pany furnishes the arithmetics and Porter & 
Coates the readers used in the schools. 


With the view of bringing to Chicago the 
works of Eastern authors and to encourage 
3Foung and unknown writers, the Bow- Knot 
Publishing Co, Pontiac Building, Chicago, offer 
f 3000 in the following sums for the four best 
works of fiction sent to them before December 
51, 1894, together with a royalty of 10 per cent, 
on the retail saks of the books. The works 
must be thoroughly original in every respect, 
and the copyrights and property interests In the 
same must be assigned to the publishers: First 
prize, $1000; second prize, $500; third prize, 
$300; fourth prize, I200. 

No manuscript will be received which contains 
more than 80,000 or less than 60.000 words. 
Each story will be judged solely by its merits, 
irrespective of the reputation of Uie authors. 

Each contestant must attach a pseudonym to 
the manuscript sent, and his or her real name, 
with the pseudonym, must be enclosed in a sealed 
envelope, which will not be opened by the 
judges until the final award is made. 

Prof. Albert Alberg, of London, Eng., Miss 
Minna Irving, of Tarry town, N. Y., and Col. 
Will L. Visscher, editor of the Morning Union, 
Tacoma, Wash., have consented to act as judges. 
The result of the contest will be advertised fn 
the principal papers of the United States. 


Thx approaching " Exposition Internationale 
du Livre et des Industries du Papier," which 
begins this month in the Palais de 1' Industrie at 
Paris, and continues till December, Is held un- 
der the patronage of the Ministers of Industry, 
Public Instruction, Fine ArU, and Public Works, 
and under the immediate direction of the Paris 
Publishers' Club' (Cercle de la Librarie). The 
committee of patrons includes the names of the 
leading French publishers, of several members 
of the Academy, of well-known journalists and 
men of letters, of the directors of three of the 
great public libraries, and of members of both 
Houses of Parliament. The director-general 
Is M. Georges S6n6chal, an ex-cfficer of the 
French navy, who has had wide experience In 

The exhiblu are divided Into fourteen groups, 
subdivided into thiity-seven classes, and em- 
brace the whole circle of knowledge, industry, 
and science which enters into the production of 
books and Its kindred branches, newspapers, 
periodicals, etc. Thus, Group i. will have to 
do with everything out of which paper can be 
made and, at the same time, will offer specimens 
of the cheapest and most costly papers — hand- 
made, China, Japan, vellum, and parchments. 
Group II. is confined to the materials used in 
printing. Group iii. to the machinery, and Group 
IV. to the products, such as playing-cards, post- 
age-stamps, ex iiMs, and the finest kinds of 
lithography, etc. Photography forms Group v. 

The centre of Interest ot the exhibition will 
be found in Groups vi.-viii., devoted especially 
to books, where will be seen examples of every 
sort of volume Issued from the French and many 
foreign presses. A fine series of maps will be 
hung about the walls and the whole science of 
bookmaking will be displayed and exemplified. 
The fact that M. Gruel, president of the Book- 
binding Trade, has lent his name to the enter- 
prise, tells what may be expected in the depart- 
ment of bibliopegy. All fine art publications 
will be brought together under Group ix.. while 
Group X. — a retrospective exhibition — will con- 
tain many rare curiosities loaned by public and 
private collections, such as papyri, manuscript 
Bibles, autographs, ancient ex libris, etc., and* 
specimens of old processes employed in the 
manufacturing of books. 

Group XI. will embrace the exhibits of socie- 
ties, benevolent organizations, and co-operative 
printing offices which are In any way connected 
with the book business. Everything pertaining 
to bookcases and libraries, even to their heat- 
ing and lighting, will be grouped -by itself — 
Group XII. — while Groups xiii. and xiv. will be of 
a miscellaneous nature and will include writing- 
machines, pens, pencils, new inventions, etc. 

There will be a double jury — the •• section 
jury " and the *• superior jury." Half of the 
members of the section jury will be chosen by 
the exhibitors themselves and half by the com- 
missioner-general. The superior jury will be 
made up of the officers of the section juries. 
These juries will award diplomas of honor and 
medals of gold, vermilion, silver, and bronze, 
honorable mentions and " diplomas of collabora- 
tion." The special commissioner for the Amer- 
ican and English sections is M. Gaston Rebours, 
the representative In France of Sai^idner*! Maga^ 
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{No. xiyx] JulyT.'^A 


Emile Zola's books are the subject of con- 
siderable attention by Customs officials just now. 
Some time ago eighteen of Zola's novels were 
imported for a Northampton, Mass., man. The 
officials diligently searched them, and began to 
doubt whether or not it would be advisable to 
admit them. Inquiry at Washington showed 
that there was no ruling to esublish a precedent, 
and that collectors must decide for themselves. 
Such decision being hard to make, the opinion 
of the Boston Public Library Trustees has been 
asked. The matter will probably be considered 
at the regular meeting of the trustees of the 
Boston Library on the loth Inst. The case is 
interesting in that it will establish ground for a 
ruling for the Treasury Department. 

Geo&ob Morgan, one of the editors of the 
Philadelphia Record^ has written a novel of 
Revolutionary times entitled "In Contempt of 
Kings : a story of Whig, Tory, and the War of 
Liberty." The scene is laid in Valley Forge and 
the region surrounding It, and the story is said 
to be a strong one. 

Gborgb Moore is now revising and in part 
rewriting three or four of his short stories which 
have already appeared in the periodical press. 
The new volume, according to the London Athe- 
naum, will probably include a condensed ver- 
sion of " A Mere Accident," which was first 
published as a one-volume novel. It is not often 
that an author thus cuts down his published 

Mr. Kipling has four books in preparation — 
a second series of " Barrack-Room Ballads;" a 
second series (of four) "Jungle Stories." and 
two other volumes of short stories. One of these 
will consist of sketches which have not appeared 
in any periodical. The first of the four new 
** Jungle Stories," ** How Fear Came to 
the Jungle," has appeared in TAe Pall Mall 

R. L. Stevenson not only has two South Sea 
stories ready for the magazines, but has also in 
hand two novels, neither of which, however, Is 
to be published for some time. The one is en- 
titled " St. Ives," and relates the adventures of 
a French naval officer who was captured by the 
English and taken to Scotland, where he was 
imprisoned. The other is " The Lord Justice 
Clerk," and deals with life in Scotland during 
the latter half of the last century. 

Max O'Rbll's latest book, which is to be 
published in September, is said to be much more 
of an ambitious piece of work than anything 
which he has previously done. It does not 
concern itself with the people of any special 
country, but is an account of the whole Anglo- 
Saxon race all over the world. It is practically 
a humorous study of the development of the 
English-speaking character under all manner of 
conditions and climates, from the tropics of 
North Queensland to icebound Winnipeg. The 
humorist will also, in a sense, be his own illus- 
trator, in that he has furnished some fifty or 
more photographs taken by himself with a 
kodak machine. The book will practically 
herald, in America, the appearance of Max 
O'Rell, who sails on October 31 next for his 
fourth, and what he says will be his last, lectur- 
ing tour in the United States. 


It is said in London that two books of great 
imerest will be published in the near future — 
Macaulay's ''Journal," and Prof. Jewett's 
•• Conversations." 

The new Greek type of the Macmillans has 
been used for the first time in their lately pub- 
lished edition of the " Pbaedo." All the letters 
are based on a square, having been actually de- 
signed within a square or some proportion of it* 

The Prang Educational Co. has purchased 
from the American Book Co. the right to the 
White System of Att Instruction, The drawing- 
books, manuals, and materials of the White Sys- 
tem will be supplied by The Prang Educational 
Co. to all schools desiring that system on the 
same terms as have been heretofore given by the 
American Book Company. 

The recently published article in The Century 
on " The Gods of India," by F. Marion Craw- 
ford, was accepted by that magazine twelve 
years ago. The manner in which his new novel 
was named is thus related : " A Miss Katharine 
Lauderdale wrote to him for his autograph ; he 
sent it, and then asked his correspondent for the 
use of her name for a work of fiction, and so the 
novel was christened." 

Muck interest attaches to a work which U. 
Hoepli, of Milan, has in preparation. This is 
nothing less than a fac-«imile reproduction of 
the entire "Codex Atlanticus " of Leonardo da 
Vinci, which is preserved in the Ambroslan 
Library at Milan, and which has, of course, been 
practically inaccessible save to a favored few. 
The work will be issued in thirty-five parts, and 
only aSo copies will be printed. 

An edition of one thousand copies of Mr. W. 
M. Conway's great work, '* Climbing in the 
Himalayas," has been sold in England, where 
the book is the literary feature of the season, 
and large editions have been sold in India and 
the colonies. The American edition, published 
by D. Appleton& Co., has met with the recep- 
tion due "an epoch-making book," to use the 
language of one critical journal. 

Little, Brown & Co. will publish in Sep- 
tember a volume on "Archery" in their Bad" 
minton Library, It is written by C. J. Long- 
man and Colonel H. Walrond, with contribu- 
tions from Miss Legh,^ Viscount Dillon. Major 
C. Hawkins Fisher, the Rev. Eyre W. Hussey, 
the Rev. W. K. R. Bedford, J. Balfour Paul, 
and L. W. Maxson. The next volume, which is 
also in preparation, will be on " Dancing," by 
Mrs. Lilly Grove and others. 

Some of the friends and admirers of Walt 
Whitman, who have for some time met annually 
at Philadelphia on the occasion of bis birthday, 
inaugurated at their last meeting a Walt Whit- 
man Fellowship, which is, intended to be inter- 
national in character. The purpose of the as- 
sociation is not entirely literary, but for human 
advancement according to Whitman's ideas. Dr. 
Daniel G. Brinton, of Philadelphia, has been, 
chosen president. Any person can become a 
member by declaring himself such to the secre- 
tary and upon payment of small annual dues. 

The Pegasus Club, of Ifhiladelphia, is at last 
to publish a volume of its poems. The Pegasus 
is a club of poets. To be admitted one not only 

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Thi Publishers' Wukly. 


cniist be. agood fellow, bat also must have writ- 
ten verses and have had them crowned at a meet- 
ing of the club. Then being elected^ one must 
keep his end up by sending in poems to be read 
at subsequent meetings. These poems are 
printed anonymously on slips of paper, passed 
around among the members, and mercilessly 
criticised. If they are approved the author is 
requested to announce himself; if not, he is un- 
happy in silence. 

WiLUAM DowuNG, the proprietor of a news- 
stand in Philadelphia, was convicted before Judge 
Bregy recently of unlawfully exhibiting and seU- 
ing immoral newspapers, contrary to the act of 
May 6. 1887. The papers mentioned in the bill 
of indictment were the National PoHce Gautte^ 
the New York Illustrated News, and the Illus* 
Srated Police News. The jury found a verdict of 
guilty, and the judge imposed a fine of $25 and 
€osts. It is said that Richard K. Fox paid the fine. 
Mr. Fox has sent a circular to the Philadelphia 
trade aotif ylng them that the law prevents the 
Police Gazette being d||played or sold to minors. 

Th£ Crocker Index Scrap File is an ingenious- 
ly simple little device for the preservation of 
newspaper clippings. It is made of tag card 
folded in three sections, one of which is gummed 
and cross -lined, the lines being perforated 
tiearly to the edge. The slips formed by the 
cross perforations are easily detached and a 
clipping is attached to each. The clippings are 
thus folded in the file one upon another, but as 
«ach article is one line lower than the other the 
titles of the clippings are left exposed, and when 
the file is opened the titles appear one below an- 
other in index fashion. The maker and inventor 
of the file is Henry Crocker, of Fairfax, Vt. 


fANA, of Milan, is preparing to celebrate the 
twenty-fifth anniversary of its founding by a 
•congress of the Italian publishers, booksellers, 
and printers, to be held at Milan from the sec- 
ond to the seventh of September. A handbook 
will be published in connection with the festivi- 
ties, which it is estimated will embrace 480 
pages of text, aod will be made specially valu- 
able by an historical review of publishing and 
printing in Italy, and a full catalogue of all the 
names of firms engaged in publishing, booksell- 
ing, printing, paper manufacturing, type found- 
ing, etc. It will be an invaluable handbook for 
reference and therefore a good medium for ad- 
vertising. The prices are most reasonable — 
one page @ 30 frs. ($6), one-half page 20 frs. (I4). 

Swan Sonnbnschsin & Co., London, have in 
press a new work by David G. Ritchie, of 
Jesus College, Oxford, on "Natural Rights.*' 
The first part will contain an historical sketch 
of Che theory of natural rights and of the influ- 
ence of the Idea of "nature" In ethics and 
politics, followed by a philosophical analysis of 
the conception of " right." The second part 
will examine in detail the more important of the 
alleged natural rights, which have been con- 
spicuous in the American and French Declara- 
tions — the question of toleration being discussed 
at greatest length. None of the contents of the 
book have previously appeared in print, except 
a chapter on ** The Right of Property," which 
has just been published in an Italian translation, 
in La Rifortna Sociale. The work will form a 
volume in The Library of Philosophy, of which 
Mr. J. H. Muirhead is editor. 

St/BSCRiPnoNS are already being received for 

the lofty granite monolith in the form of an 
lona cross, which is to be erected to the mem- 
ory of Tennyson on the highest point of the 
western end of the Isle of Wight. As a land 
and sea mark visible for miles from every point 
this beacon cross will form a fitting memorial. 
The amounts contributed by subscribers will 
not be made public, but it is intended to send to 
England the names of the men aad women who 
acknowledge by their donations the influence 
that Tennyson has been in their lives. Sub- 
scriptions may l>e sent to Miss Fay Davis, secre- 
tary, care of Mrs. James T. Fields, Manchester, 
Mass. The enterprise is endorsed by such 
names as Oliver Wendell Holmes, Charles 
Eliot Norton, William J. Rolfe, Thomas Bailey 
Aldrich, Harriet Prescott Spo£ford, Margaret 
Deland, Dana Estes, Henry O. Houghton, 
George M. Mifflin, and many more of equal 


Thomas J. Wise, author of the *• Complete 
Bibliography of the Writings of John Ruskin,*' 
is preparing a bibliography of the writings of 
Robert Browning, which will be uniform with 
the earlier work. The volume will consist of 
five divisions ; the first dealing with first editions, 
the second with separate issues of single poems, 
the third with collected editions, the fourth with 
the poe^s published letters, the fifth with Brown- 

The trustees of the British Museum will issue 
shortly the first volume of the ** Arabic Printed 
Books in the British Museum," by A. G. Elii5, 
assistant in the Department of Oriental MSS. and 
Books. The plan followed in the work is, on the 
whole, similar to that of the " General Cata- 
logue," and the first volume, of nigh upon 500 
pages, will contain about 9000 entries, and cover 
the literature from A to L. It is well known 
that the museum is very rich in copies of early 
Arabic books printed in Europe, and all Arabic 
scholars will be grateful to the trustees for the 
complete list, which, beginning with the " Seven 
Canonical Hours " of the Greek Church, printed 
in Arabic type at Fani, a.d. 1514, ends with the 
last lithographed work printed in Bombay in 
1894. The second volume will contain full in- 
dexes of titles and subjects, and a supplement. 

Catalogues of New and Second -Hand 
Books. — Ellis 6* Elvey, 29 New Bond St.. Lon- 
don, W., Eng., Rare, curious, and interesting 
books, illustrated. (No. 77, 427 titles.)— ZT/wry 
Gray, 47 Leicester Sq., London, A. C., Eng., 
British topography. (No. 154, 24 p. nar. 12".)— 
foseph McDomugh, 53 State St., Albany, N. Y.. 
Miscellaneous, Including a large collection of 
scarce books on Freemasonary. (No. q6. 483 
titles. V—iWJ»r/tii«j Nijheff, 18 Nobelstr., Hague. 
Histoire militaire, sciences militaires. (No. 250, 
2225 titles.) — David Nutt, 270 Strand, London, 
W. C^, Miscellaneous. (No. 42, 757 titles.) — 
Bernard Quaritch^ 1 5 Piccadilly, London, A rough 
list of Orienul literature, including a portion of 
the library of the late Gen. Sir Alex. Cunning- 
ham; Pt. i: Egyptian and Coptic, Assyrian and 
Babylonian, Hebrew, Punic, Chaldee, Syriac, 
Arabic, Ethiopic, etc. (No. 142, 1305 titles. 
3</.)— y. Francis Rubles, Bronson, Mich., •• Bi- 
blioprompter," being CIrcularis singularis No. 
24, containing a short list of books for sale and 
a larger lift of books wanted by Mr. Ruggles. — 
Henry Sotheran ^ O., 37 Piccadilly. W. , Sother- 
an's Price Current of Literature, No. 534. 

The Publishers' Weekly. 

{N0. Ill i^ July T, '94 


•nip mr€ enHtUd to a from itwrtto * offiv Umsm 
for bo0k9 out of print, owoluoioo of uddro o o (in 
mmif iooum oaoeopt opooial nun^berB), to tan omtoni 
not oatooeding lOO linoo a yoar. If n%oro ihmn 
fmo Un— mro oont, tho ootoooo io at lO oo nto por 
l4MOf mnd latnonnt ohou ld bo onoioaod. Bidt /^r 
tnrrtntb»0k* ond tuck as moy b€ totily hod ffm th§ 
pnhluktrt^ mnd rt^aitd mmiifr, o» wtll o» oUmdocrtitt^ 
tm*nisjr0m mon-snbteribtrt^ mutt htpoidftr mi tkt rmit 
«/io ctutt ptr lint, 

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tuhterihtrt and ntu-tuhtcrihtrt it lo ctntt ptr liut/tr 
tack inttrtitn. tft dtduetitn/tr rtptattd matttr, 

Undtr tkt ktading '* Bttkt/tr Exekangt;^ tkt ckargt 
it lo ctntt^ lint. Nt dtductitu/tr ttanding matttr, 

Undtr tkt ktadingr ''Siiuatitnt Wanttd^^ tnhtcrHtrt 
art tntttltd tt tnt/rtt inttrtitn tt/Avt lintt. Ftr rt- 
^aitd matttr and advtrtittmtnit ^n t n tuhterihtrt tkt 
tkmrgt it lo ctt^t ^tr lint. 

Ail ttktr tma/l advtrtittmtnit wiUit ckargtd at tkt 
uni/trm ratt tyro etnit/tr lint, Eigki wtrds may ht 
rtcmtntd tt tkt lint. 


IV tn antmtring^ plttut ttatt tdiiitn^etndititn^and 
frit*^ including f^tagt «r txprtu ekargtt. 

. American Baptist Pub. 8oc., Ohlcago, III. 
The Word of God on True Marriai^e. 
Prehistoric Races of the United Sutes, J. W. Poster, 

CbicafiTO, 1878. 

Arnnor's Old Book-8tore, Harrlsburg, Pa. 

The Hamilton Speaner, cheap. 
The Western Songster. 

Baptist Book Ooncern, Louisville. Jfif, 
Tferman's Life of Whitcfield, new copy preferred. 

N. J. Bartlett & Oo., 28 OomhIII, Boston, Mass. 

Pelt's Annals of Salem, a r. 
Upham's Salem Witchcraft, 9 ▼. 

Brentano's, 204 Wabash Ave.. Ohloago, III. 
Father Tom and the Pope, pap. 
City of Sunshine, by Alex. Allardyce. 

Brown, Eager & Hull Oo., Toledo, O. 
Songs of the Sierras, Miller. 

The Burrows Bros. Oo., Cleveland, O. 
Hurst's OtMtetrics. 1889. 
Howe's Excessive Venery. 
Gray*8 Husband and Wife. Boston, x886. 
Freer, Marsuerite d'Angouleme, a v. 
Wallace's Fresh Water AI|r«. 
Wyckofl's Silk Goods of America. 
Brockett's Silk Industry of America. 
Riley's The Mulberry Silk Worm. 
Crozier's Culture and Raising of Silk Worms. 
Any picture-books by Peter D. Thompson. 
Spaulding's Legal Tender. 
Clarke ftliall's History of the U. S. Bank. 
Anything on or relating to (books, portraits, or otherwise) 

Monroe or Van Buren. 
Simms' Origin and Significance of Scottish Surnames. 
Werth*s Bxt. Uterine Gesution. 
Oueenly Womanhood, Piatt. 
Princely Manhood, Piatt. 
Whittlesey's Cleveland. 
Alexander Henry's Travels. 
Plagg's Far West. • 

Wyth's Railroad Accidents. 

Butte Auction and Oommlsslon Oompany, Butte, 

Mont. \Catk.'\ 
Century Dictionary, 6 v., full mor. or hf . mor.— good con- 
dition only. 

W. H. Oampion * Oo., 1001 Ohestnut St., 
Phlla., Pa. 

Books and Bookmen, large pap. 
Ballads of Books^large pap. 

O. N. Oaspar, 437 E. Water 8t., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Astor Library Catalogue, 4 v., large 8", 1880. 
Nation^ v. t ; v. a, no. 61. with title and index. 
Cowell, Spirit of '76. Boston, 1850. 

Oranston & Oo., 168 Main 8t., Norwich, Oonn. 
Gabrielle Andr^, by S. Baring-Gould, pap. 
Hathercourt, by Mrs. Molesworth. 
Lucy Arlyn, by J. T. Trowbridge. 
Santa Claus Land, by A. M. Douglass. 
State binding and condition. 

Oranston A Ourts, 67 Wash'n 8t.. Ohlca^o, III. 
Thompson's Htsiory of Protective Tariflf Laws. 
Newton, On the Prophecies. 
Kerr, On Inebriety. 

Oroscup * Co., I 14 6th Ave., N. Y. 
Mahan*s Influence of Sea Power upon History, xst ed. 
** The Influence of Sea Power upon the Freodi 
Revolution and Empire, ist ed. 
Any genealogy of the Hall family. 

Oushing A Oo., 34 W. Baltimore 8t., Baltlmors, 

Von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Inde- 
Damreil A Upham, 283 Washington 8t., Boston* 

Educatitnal Rtvitw lot Jan., 1894. 
Captain of the Guard, pap. or cl. 
Vicissitudes of Families. 
Tristram of Lyonesse, Swinburne. 
Song of Spring Tides, *** 

W. O. Davie * Oo., 16 E. 4th 8t.. OInclnnatI, O. 
Draper's Intellectual Development of Europe, a v. m z. 

Thos. W. Durston A Bon, Byracuse, N. Y. 
Good second-hand copy Life and Letters of George Sel.- 

Life and Letters of Horace Walpole. 
Curtis* Russia, pap. Pub. by ^Uord Clark. 

A. Flanagan, 262 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 
Shakespeareii Phrase-Book, formerly pub. by Little* 
Brown A Co., second-hand or new. 

Fitzgerald * Oo., Holyoke, Mass. 
Cttmt^litan Mmganint^ July, 1893. 

Qammel Book Oo., 818 X>ongress Ave., Austin* 

V. aa, aj and 34, and Supp. 4 and 5, sheep, of Stoddart 

ed. of Britannica. 
V. 4, 5 and 7, Index Catalogue of Surgeon-Genera]*a 


The Gestefeld Library and Publishing Oompany, 

29 W. 2ath 8t., N. Y. \Cath,'\ 
Babbitt, Principles of Light and Color. 

Henry Goldsmith, WInfleld, Kas. 
H. E. Lindcrman, Money and Legal Tender in the U. S. 

New York, 1877. 
H. D. Barrows, Silver and Greenbacks. Los Angeles, 

Sumner, History of American Currency. 
Verne, Jules, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, 

il. ed. 
Scribntr'^t Monikly^ March to Nov., xSga. 

The T. 8. Qray Oo., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Saltus, Philosophy of Disenchantment, cl. 

** Anatomy of Negation, cl. 
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iibbott's (E.) Panurraph U. S. Hist ro 50 

Paragraph Hist, of America, Rev. ... bo 60 

History of Greece, pt. 1 pu 2 25 

pt. 2 po 2 JP6 

Herodotus, Bks. 6 and mo *9 06 

▲bbott's (E. A.) How to Parse bo 100 

How to Tell Parts of Speech bo 75 

How to Write Clearly bo M 

Eiur. Lessons for Eng. People bo 1 60 

Laun Prose al 

Shakespearian Grammar mo *1 66 

Abbott's (J. S.) Outlines for the Study of 

2 76 

1 60 

1 60 


Art.... ....81 *1 67 

AbeiUe (L') pour les Enfans fo 86 

Abercrombie's Intellectual Philosophy 

(Abbott) 00 •ao 

Moral PhUosophy (Abbott) 00 ♦SO 

Abom*s Mechanical Drawing am *86 

i' (F. A.) Greek Preporitions am *«0 

r (F. P.) Grammar Diagrams no 126 

Normal Parsing Book no 90 

Adams' (H. ) Science of Finance ho *• 

ams' (O. F.) Handbk. of Am. Authors . hm 76 

Handbk. of Ene. Authors hm 76 

Adams' (W. T.) Adv. Spelling Book sh *26 

Addick's Elementary French co '*65 48 

Adler's German Dictionary, 8<* ap 6 00 

abridged ap 1 60 

Progressive German Beader am *1 06 

Adriance's Laboratory Calculations wi 1 00 

JQBop's Fables, with vocabulary ho *54 60 

Agaasiz's Methods in Natural History. . .hm 1 50 

Agassiz & (3k>uld's Zoology sh *1 82 1 10 

Ann's English Grammar, 1st Course sk 40 

2d Course 40 

1st and 2d Courses in 1 T sk 75 

ddCourse sk 60 

Fk^nch Method (Oehlslaeger). . am *&2 

** Dialogues, No. 1 st 40 

No. 1, bds sr 80 

No. 2 ST 86 

— *• bds ST 25 

N0.8 ST 40 

** bds ST 80 

German School Dictionary wr 60 

** Grammar am *70 

Italian " oh 140 

Spanish Method ap 76 

Series of <3erman Novels, pap., 18 r., 

0a. ST 20 
*Seriee of German Comedies, pap., 9 ▼., 

ea. ST 25 

Ahn-Flseher's German Method st 1 00 

1st Course st 60 

2d •• ST 60 

Key to ST 80 

Ahn-Granert's (German Primer st 46 

lat Cterman Beader st 50 

-^Key to ST 80 

9d German Beader st 70 

Key to ST 86 

1st and 9d (}er. Reader in 1 V st 120 

German Handwriting st 40 

^ Conversation st 1 00 

Aim-Henn's French Series: 

French Primer bt 25 

" Method bt 100 

Ahn-Henn's French Series : 

French Method, 1st Course st 40 

Key to 8T 26 

2dCour8e st 00 

Key to ST 35 

1st Reader, with notes, bds st 00 

** hf. roan sr 80 

with footnotes, bds st 60 

" ** hf. roan st 80 

Key to st 80 

9d Reader, with notes, bds st 80 

** ** hf . roan st 100 

with footnotes, bds st 80 

" •• hf.roan sr 100 

Key to ST 40 

Ahn-Henn*s (3torman Series: 

1st German Book sr 96 

2d *• •• bds ST 46 

hf roan * sr 60 

8d German Book, bds sr 46 

hf . roan st 60 

Key to ST 25 

4th German Book, bds sr 00 

hf. roan st 80 

Key to ST 25 

Rudiments, 1st Course, bds st 66 

hf. roan st 80 

Key to ST 25 

Rudiments, 2d Course, bds st 1 00 

hf. roan st 1 25 

Complete Method bt 1 75 

Synopsis of Ger. Grammar, bds st 60 

hf.roan st 80 

1st Reader, with notes, bds bt 60 

** " hf.roan st 80 

with footnotes, bds st 00 

" ** lif. roan st 80 

Key to ST 30 

9d Reader, with notes, bds st 100 

" " hf.roan st 1 20 

with footnotes, bds sr 1 00 

'• " hf.roan st 120 

Key to BT 60 

Ahn-Henn*s Latin Series : 

Short Latin Course bt 1 20 

No. 1, bds ST 60 

" cl BT 70 

*• Key to ST 30 

No. 2, bds ST 60 

*• cl , ST 70 

*• Keyto ST 40 

New Latin Manual st 900 

lstCour8e,bds st 60 

•» - cl ST 70 

9d *• bds tn 80 

'• *• cl tn 90 

8d " bds tn 80 

" »* cl tn 90 

1st LaUn Book, bds err 60 

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A.hii-Heim*s Latin Series . 

2d lAtin Book, bds 8T 80 

d m 90 

Key to wt 

8d Latin Book, bdi st 80 

d 8T 00 

Key to / «T 

Latin Method bt 1 80 

** Qrammar, t>ds bt 80 

cl 8T 90 

Ist Latin Reader, bds sr 70 

cl.... 8T 80 

9d lAUn Reader, bdB st 80 

cl 8T 90 

Latin Readers, complete bt 1 50 

** Syntax, bds bt 80 

cl bt 90 

Latin Prose Composition st 60 

** Vocab for begrinoers, bds st 00 

cl BT 70 

Alm-C>ehlscblft«:er*s German Method, Ist 

Course, new ed hr 60 

Sd Course hr 60 

Complete hr 90 

*' Key to BR 60 

Pronouncing Oer. Method, bds bt 1 16 

hf . roan bt 1 40 

Key to bt 

1st Course, bds st 80 

»* " hf . roan sr 100 

9d *• bds BT 40 

** ** hf. roan bt 60 

AinBworth*s Latin Dictionary, 8® wo 8 60 

•Alry's English History lk 160 

Anthon's Abridged Latin Dictionaiy . . . .ro 1 60 

Aitken^s Elemen. Botany ln 150 

Alden^s Intellectual Phlloeophy ap 100 

First Principles of Pol. Economy hi 76 

Citizen's Bfanual sh *a6 

Science of Qoyemment bh *1 00 

Alexander's (A.) Moral Science so I 60 

Alexander's (W. D.) Hist, of the Hawaiian 

People AM *1 60 

Allardyce's Stops mu 60 

Allen's Composition Blanks, 2 nos. ..doi^.SH •I 00 
Allen's (C. B. ft M. A.) Man Wonderful in 

the House Beautiful fw 160 

Allen's (C. R.) Laboratory ;;; Physics, 

Teachers* ed ho •! 10 

Pupils'ed HO *89 

Allen^s (F. D.) Euripides' Medea 01 *1 10 

Remnants of Early Latin oi *80 

Wecklein's .£schylus' Prometheus... 01 *40 

with notes, cl 01 ♦! 60 

Allen's (G. G.) Unlyersal Phonoe ub 60 

AUen^s (J.) National System of Map Draw- 
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Allen's (J. B.) Elem. Latin Grammar... mo *66 

Rudimenta Latina mo *56 

Allen's (J. Q.) Topical Studies in Am. 

Hist bn 85 

Allen's (J. H.) Latin Primer 01 *1 00 

i^ew Latin Method 01 ♦I 00 

Allen's (O. D.) Fresenius* Quantitative 

Analysis wi 6 00 

Allen's ( W. F.) HUtory Topics hb *ao 

In trod, to Latin Composition 01 ♦I 00 

Readers' Guide to Eng. Hist 01 •30 

Tacitus' Germania ana Agricola 01 ♦I 10 

Annals of Tacitus, Bks. 1-4S 01 *40 

with notes 01 ♦I 66 

Short History of t^e Roman People., .ox ♦I 10 
Allen & Qreenough's Latin Composi- 
tion OI M 86 

Latin Grammar, rey 01 ♦! 90 

New Ciesar oi *1 85 

" Cicero OI •! 85 

Cicero's de Senectute oi *60 

NewOyld, with Vocab 01 ♦I 86 

Sallust 01 ♦es 

Allinson's Greek Prose Composition al 1 00 

AlUot's Auteurs Cootemporains ho *1 80 

Contes et Nouvelles ho *1 09 

AlBop's First Lessons in Algebra to 60 

Key to Fo 60 

Treatise on Algebra fo 1 26 

Key to FO 76 

Treatise on Suryeying fo 8 25 

Key to to 1 26 

Alyergnat's French Pronunciation bf 1 00 

Grammaire Frangaise mt *! 10 

♦American History Leaflets, Hart & 

Channing ca.Ly •lO 

American Poems hm 100 

Prose HM 1 00 

▲nuurican School Music Reader, Bk. 1 . . . db 85 

Bks. 2and3, ea db 60 

■iks. 2 and 8 in 1 y db 75 

School Primer 00 *9 




8 00 
1 96 


1 00 

1 40 




1 00 

1 60 

1 12 
1 20 
1 85 
1 25 



1 20 

1 00 



1 00 


1 75 

1 00 

American Scisnoe Series: 

Astronomy (Newoomb ft Holden) — ho «2 28 9 00 

Briefer Course bo *1 84 1 18 

Biology, pt. 1 (Sedfwick ft Wilson). *1 76 1 00 

Botany (Bessey) bo «2 44 8 80 

Briefer Course bo *1 19 1 Oi 

— Introduction to Systematic Bot- 
any HO •• 

Chemistry, Inorganic (Remaen) ho 8 06 2 80 

Briefer Course bo *1 28 1 19 

Elementary Course ho •SO 80 

—~» Laboratory Manual bo *46 40 

Geology, Adyanoed Course (Chamber- 

lin&S.) BO •• 

Briefer Course (Chamberlln ft 

S.) BO •• 

Human Body (Martin) bo «9 40 8 20 

Briefer Course bo *1 88 1 80 

Elementary Course bo ^84 76 

Physics (Barker). bo «8 78 8 60 

Pontical Economy (Walker), rey bo *8 21 2 00 

Briefer Course bo ♦! 88 1 80 

Elementary Course bo ♦I 10 100 

Psychology (James) 2 y bo *5 88 4 80 

Briefer Course bo •I 74 1 00 

Zoology (Packard) bo *8 00 8 40 

^Briefer Course bo ♦I 88 118 

Elementary Course bo *90 80 

American Standard Penmanship, 7 nos. 

dot .AM <90 
^American System of Vertical Writing, 

Nos.ltoO .do«.AM ♦! 00 

Analytical Copy-Bks., 11 nos '' sr «1 04 90 

Elementary ed., 5 nos ** sr *76 66 

Pen and Pencil ed., 8 nos ** br •47 40 

Business forms, Bks. 1,8 '* sr «1 80 1 60 

Bk.8 "8R*847 820 

KeytoNoe. 1-8 br ♦H 16 

Greek Lexicon wi 8 60 

Anderson's (J. J.) New Manual of |His- 

tory MY *\ 70 

pt. 1, Ancient mt ♦I 06 

pt. 8, Mediaoyal and Modem.. mt *1 26 

School Hist, of England mt *1 20 

u »» France mt ♦I 26 

BloBs* Ancient History mt ♦I 50 

Leighton's Hist, of Rome mt •I 60 

United States Reader mt *1 10 

Historical Reader mt •I 86 

ShortHist. of England mt •96 

United States Histories: 

Junior Class mt •TO 

Grammar School mt •OO 

New Grammar School mt •! 05 

Pictorial School mt •I 90 

Introductory School mt ^44 

Common School mt ♦TO 

Popular School mt ♦I 06 

Anderson's (W. G.) Light Gymnastics. . .mt •I 50 

Andre's Plan and Map Drawing bp 876 

Andrews' (EL A.) First Latin Book bm 70 

Latin Reader hm 87 

Viri Ronue hm 1 00 

First Lessons in Latin hm 60 

Latin Lessons, Rey hm 70 

Manual of Latin Grammar hm 64 

Questions on hm 16 

Exercises in Latin Etymology hm 86 

Synopsis of Latin Grammar hm 26 

Latin Exercises bm 1 00 

Key to HM 100 

CsBsar's Commentaries hm 1 06 

Qyid HM 100 

Sallust HM 1 10 

Virgil HM 180 

Andrews ft Stoddard's Latin Grammar. . hm 1 06 

Schooled hm 90 

rev. by Preble hm 1 12 

Andrews' (E. B.) Institutes of Gen. 

Hist. 81 •2 86 800 

Institutes of Economics si '1 40 1 tO 

Elementary Geology am ♦I 00 

Andrews' (E. P. ) Sol Fa Singer oe 86 

Andrews' (I. W.)ManiuU of Constitution.AM •I 00 

Angell's (H. ) Elementary G«K)metry pu 76 

Prac. Plane Geom.. 2 y pu 8 00 

Angell's (J.) Animal Physiology pu 76 

Animal Drawing CA 8 00 

Anthon's Ceesar ha 1 10 

Cicero's Orations ha 1 10 

" de Senectute, etc ha 1 10 

•• de Offlciis HA 1 10 

" Tusculan Disputations 1 10 

Cornelius Nepos ba 1 10 

Commentary on Euripides ba 90 

Homer's Iliad ba 1 20 

Horace ba 1 20 

Juyenal and Persius ba 1 10 

Llvy -v^HA 120 

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Tacitus HA 1 10 

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*^ Eolo^esandQeorgics ha 190 

Zenophon*8 Anabasis ha 1 10 

"* Memorabilia ha 110 

Classical Dictionary ha 485 

Latin-I^. Dictionary ha 2 06 

*' ** and Bng.-Lat. 

Dictlonaxy ha 9 60 

Smith's Diet, of Antiquities ha 4 26 

Abridged ha 100 

Smitli's New Classical Diet ha 850 

Ainsworth^s Diet. Set Ainsworth. 

Anthony ft Brackett^s Physics, Rev wi 4 00 

Apgar's New Oeogr. Drawing Book bu *42 

New Plant Analysis am •56 

Trees of the Northern U. S am *1 00 

Appleton's (J. H.) Chemisti^ hu 100 

Qualitative Analysis si •88 76 

Quantitative '^ ^ si n 40 1 86 

ToungChemist ". si *88 76 

Chemical Philosophy si n 60 1 40 

Appleton*s (J. L.) Eiurlisn Grammar sk 1 60 

Appletons' Standard Arithmetics : 

First Lessons in Arithmetic am •SO 

Numbers Applied am •76 

" ^* Keyto AM •24 

" *' pts. land2,ea.AM ^60 

•* Illustrated am •86 

Appletons* Standard Elem. Geography, .am •66 

Higher Geography am •! 85 

Physical " am ♦I 00 

Geography for Little Learners am •SI 

Appletoos' Map Drawing Cards for High- 
er Ge^apby ti.kM. ^40 

for Elementary Geography. *' am •SO 

Appletons* School History of the world. 

(Quackenbos) am •I 82 

Appletons* Standard Writing Books: 

Grammar Course, 10 nos doar.AM •OO 

Short " 7 •* *• AM •TS 

NewTracing »• 4 " " am •72 

Primary Movement Book " am *72 

Business Course, 2 nos " am •I 80 

N0.8 " AM •96 

Appletons' Ist Reader am •IS 

SdReader am •SO 

8d ** AM •SB 

4th *• AM •SO 

6th *• .AM ^90 

Introductory 4th Reader am *60 

Chart Primer am •80 

Word Manual (Leaflets) for Ist Read- 
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for Istand 2d Reader .am •IB 

Complete am ^20 

Appletons^ School Physics am *1 20 

A|H>letons* Select Spelling Lessons, .doz. am ^48 
Arithmetic in two books. Bte Colburn, 

W.; Wheeler. H. N hm 

Arithmetical Table Cards doz. kit ^55 

Arithmetical Tables and Primary Speller.MN ^20 18 

Armitage's Lectures on Painting pt; 1 76 

Armstrong's (A. C.) Primer of u. S. His- 
tory AR 60 60 

Primer of Eng. History ar 60 60 

Armstrong (J. E.) and Norton's (J. H.) 
Laboratory Manual of Chemis- 
try AM ^60 

Arnold's (H.) Practice in Parsing and 

Analysis li ^40 

Arnold's (T.) E^lish Literature 01 M 66 1 50 

LN 200 

Amo]d's(T.K.) Greek Prose Compoeltlon.AM •I 05 

First Greek Book (Spencer) am ^87 

•1st and 8d Latin Bk., New ed. (Mul- 

hoUand) am ♦I 00 

•Latin Prose Composition, New ed. 

(Mulholland) am *1 00 

Keyto AM •• 

Arrowsmith & Wicher's First Readings 

in Latin am •• 

Artiiur, Barnes ft CoiUter's Plant Dissec- 
tion HO •I 89 1 20 

Ashmore's (S. G.) Caesar's Helvetian 

War MO ^44 40 

Caesar's Invasion of Britain mo ^44 40 

Atkinson. See Ganot. 

Athenaeum Press Series gi 

Atkins' Pure Mathematics, 8 v 1 00 

Attflekl's Chemistry la 2 60 

New rev ed la •♦ 

Atwater's Manual of Logic u •! 00 

•Atwood's(G. B.) Complete Graded Arith- 

meticpt.l HI •45 40 

•^ 2 HE •SS 76 

Anbert's Colloquial French Drill, pt. 1 ... ho •58 48 
•** " " pt.2...HO •TO 66 

Aubert's Litt^rature Frangaise ho •I 07 1 00 

Auf^«cht's Hebrew Primer bm 15 

Augsburg's Easy Things to Draw kb 80 

•Drawing Simplifled u> 100 80 

•DrawingCards ,per mUxn 80 

Blemen. Drawing Simplified sd •TS 60 

Austen's Pinner's Organic Chemistry. ...wi 1 60 

Chemical Lecture Notes wi 1 00 

Austen's Muck's Quantitative Analysis . .bx •• 
Autenreith's Homeric Dictionary, new 

ed HA 1 10 

Authorized Physiology Ser.: 

No. 1, Health for Xittle Folks AM •SO 

No. 2, Lessons in Hygiene (Johonnot 

ft Bouton) AM ^45 

No. 8, Outlines of Anatomy, Physi- 
ology, and Hygiene (R. S. Tracy). am •I 00 

Avelhig's Botany mo *1 21 1 10 

Avery's (A. S.) How to Draw, pt. 1 uw •42 86 

^pt.2. UN •SI 44 

Avery's (E. M.) Natural Philosophy sh •I 16 

First Principles of Nat. Philosoph v . . sh •Od 
Teachers' Handbook for Phiiosopny.sH •I 25 

Elements of Chemistry sh •I 10 

Complete Chemistry sh •! 40 

Teachers' Handbk. for Chemistry . . .su •76 

Ayres' Or thoSpist ap 60 

Bee al9o Cobbett. 

Babbitt's GkMrman at Sight he ^18 10 

Babbittonian Copy-Bks., 8 nos do2. sr •I 04 90 

Primary '* SR •! 04 90 

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Zumpt. See Anthon ; Schmitz. 

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For the American Educational Catalogue for 1894. 

Algebra.— AlBop, Baker (A. H.), BalU Bayma, Bene- 
dict, Bowser, Boyden, Bradbury, Bridge. Brooks 
(E.), Brown (L H.), Brown (T. R.), Caasell, Clarke 
(J. B.), Collin, Crystal, Davies (C), Davis. Day 
<J.). DupuisTFicklin, Qalbraitb & H., Gilbert, 
Oraiham, Greenleaf, Haear, Hall & K., Hixgs, 
Jarman, Johnson (W. W.), Jones (G. W.), King, 
Lilley,IiOnffinans A B.. Loomis, Macnie, McCurdy, 
Meaker, Mictiael. Milne, Newcomb. Nicholson, 
Oliver (W. A J.), Olney, Peck (W. G.), Pelrce (B.), 
Perrin (M. L.), PhilUps & B., Potts A S., Ray, 
Robinson (H. N.), Sanford (S. P.), Schuyler, Bea- 
ver A W^ Sensenig, Sestini, Sheldon. Sherwin, 
Shoup, Smith (CJ, Smith (H.). Smith (F. H.), 
Syraonds, Tablet Ser., Taylor, Thompson, Tod- 
hunter, Towne, Van Velzer A S., Venable (C. 8.), 
Wells, Wentworth (G. A.), Wentworth A H., 
Wentworth, M. A G., Wilson (J. W.). 

Anatomy .—Brand, Buckelew A L.. Dulany. Hartigan, 
May, Mivart, Prang, Stilwell, Whitman. 
AtuUomy and P^MioIooy.— American Science Series 

glartin). Bell 'E. F.), Hartshome, Hitchcock, 
ouse, Howell. 
Anatomy, Fhytiology, and Bygiene.—Allen (C. B. A 
A.), &and. Clark (W. A.), Draper, Loomis (J. R.), 
Martindale, Walker (Jerome). 
See aleo Phtsioloot. 
Anglo-Saxon.— Baskervill, Baskervill AH., Bright, 
Boeworth, Caedmon, Carpenter (8. B.X Cook, 
Corson, Harrison A SMHempl, Johnson (H.), Mac- 
Lean. March, Sweet, Zupitza. 
Antiquities.— Anthon, Fisk, History, Irving. 

/See aleo Classical. 
Arithmetic— £v«<new and Cbmmercial.— Baldwin, 
Bryant A 8.. Cook A Cropsey, Crittenden, Fair- 
banks (L.), Hall (F. H.), How, Sadler (W. H.), 
EUwtentary, Praetioai and Higher,— BaUey, Basis, 
Bradbury, Bradford, Brook-Smith, Buehrle, 
Caldwell (M. P.), Capel, Christian Bros. Ser., 
Clark, Common Sense, Conrad. Cook (J. W.), Cook 
A Cropsey, Davies A Peck, Dillard, Dubbs, Eaton, 
Farrar fW. H^, Fine, Fowler, Galbraith A H., 
Galer, Goff, Hathaway, Henry, Hines, Hobbs, 
Howard (C. L.), Jackman, Jackson, Jess, Kemey, 
King, Knisely, Lock, MacLeod, Martyn, Morey, 
New Arithmetic, New Inductive, Parker, Peck 

gir. M.). PereiL Pike, Popular, Raub, Rigdon. 
ing, Sadler (W. H.), Seymour, Shoemaker A 
Lawrence, Sloane, Smith (R. C), Sniff, South- 
worth, Sprague (J. D.), Standard, Stoddard, 
Stone, Sutton A Kimbrough. Symonds, Tablet 
Ser., v^dee, Vogdes A A., Walton A C. Welch 
(E. A.), WentwcMrth (E.), Wentworth (G. A. ). Went- 
worth A H., Wheeler (H. N.), Woodward, Wright. 

' Fint LessoM.- Badlam, Barnes, Beebe, Belfleld, 
Christian Bros. Ser., Colbum, Dunton, Fisher, 
Ginn, Grant, Griffin, Holbrook (N. M.), Hoose, 
Little Folks*. Methfessel, Number, Reffelt, 
Rhoads, Rice, Richards (ZA Sadlier (W. H.), 
Sanford (H. R.), Sawyer (H.). Seaver A W., 
Seeley, Shove, Soldan, Tablet Ser., Wentworth A 
R., White (E. E.), Woodward (L. J.). 
Graded iSeries.- Appletons\ Atwood, Baker (A. H.), 
Brooks (E.), Butler, Colbum, Davies (C), Dean, 
Dubbs, Eaton, Emerson CS, A.), Felter, Ficklin, 
Fish, French,Goff. GreenleaX, Griffin. Hagar, Hall, 
Harper's, Howard (C. L.). Kirk A B., Macvicar, 
Milne, New Franklin, Nicholson, Normal. Olney, 
Peck (W. G.), Piper, Prince, Quackenbos, Ray, 
Robinson (H. N.), Sanford (8. P.), Seaver A Wal- 
ton, Sheldon, Singer, Stoddard (J. F.), Thomson, 
Towne, Townsend (J. L.), Venable (C. S.), Walton, 
White (E. E.). 
2\iWe-Boofct.—Aritlimetical, Baldwin, Brown, Chris- 
tian Brothers, Ellwood, Flanagan, Nash (L.), 
Robinson (H. N.), Stepping Stone, Thomson, 
Ticknor, Underbill, Walton, Young Catholic. 

Arty Arohiteotnre, Fainting, etc.— Abbott, Armi- 
tage, Bascom, Beard, Boots, Cave, D* An vers, 
^ Fowler (FX Frothingham, Goodyear, Hill 

EHorton, Hulme, Huntington (DX Ladd, 
(S. P.), Mollett, Parker (J. H.), Poynter, 
Prang, Putnam, Ruskin, Samson, Steiger, Tucker- 
man (A. L.), Tyrwhitt, TyUer.ii.,. 
Bee cUeo Drawivo. 
Astronomy.— American Sci. Ser. (Newcomb ft H.), 
Ball, Bartlett, Berniecke. Bowen, Brocklesby, 
Burritt, Campbell (A. D.), Chauvenet, Clarke 
(J. F.), Coffin, Colbert^ Doolittle, Fellowes, Gal- 
braith A H., Glllet A R., Greenel Gummere {JX 
Guy, Kiddle. Lockyer, Loomis, Mclntyre, Matfl- 
son, MIchie, Newcomb, Norton (W. A.), Olmsted, 

Parker, Peck (W.), Peck (W. G.), Plummer, Proc- 
tor, Ray, Robinson (H. N.), Sharpless A P., Smith 
(Asa), Steele, White (C. J.), Young (C. A.), Young- 

Flret Lespons.— Champlin (J. D.), Clark (A.), Howe. Ir- 
ving, Kiddle, Mattison, Olmsted, Science, Young. 
Biology.- Americaa Science Series (Sedgwick ft W .), 
Bid wood, Boyer, Campbell, Dodge, Macginley» 
PlUsbury, Wythe. 
Book-Keeping.— Bryant, Bryant ft S., Bulletin, Busi- 
ness, Chamber, Childs, (Crittenden, CurUss, Day, 
Denman, Drew, Duff, Eclectic, Economical, Ells- 
worth, Fairbanks (L.), Fulton ft E., Gay, Good- 
man, Oroesbeck, Hanaford, Hansell, Hitchcock* 
Holbrook-Rohrer Hutchinson ft P.. Jones (T.),. 
Kinsley, Lyte, Manning, Marsh (C. C), Mayhew, 
Meeervey,Murfee, Nelson Jfichols(B E.), Palmer 
(J. H.), Powers, Practical, Preston. Scribner, Sea- 
vv, Shaw (J. W.), Smith (J. C.>, Thomas (S. A.)» 
Botany.— American Science Series (Bessey), Apgar» 
Arthur, Aveling, Balfour. BasUn, Behrens, Bent- 
ley, Bergen, Campbell. Chapman, Comstook, Coul- 
ter, Dennis, Edmonds, Gray, (iray ft Coulter, 
Hide (G. E.), HaU (A. G.), Hathaway, Herrick, 
Hindman, Kellerman, Ketchum, Knight, Lesque- 
reiuc^Macloskie, McNab, Morgan, Nelson, Newell. 
Oel, Page, Penhallow, Phelps (Mrs. L.), Poulsen. 
Pratt, Sattan, Russell (L. W.), Sewall (J. A.), 
Seymour. Spear, Steele. Thomi, Tuckerman 
CE.), Underwood (L. M.), Vines, Ward, Wood (A.),. 
Youmans (E. A.), Zimmermann. 

Firet Leeeone.^ Aitkem, Buckelew ft L., Gray. Hooker, 
Irving, Phelps (Mrs. L.), Science, Spalding, You- 
mans (B. A.). 

IHc<umarie«.— Crozler. 
Business Ck>rrespondenoe. See LbttbbpWritiho. 
Oaleulus.— Bowser, Buckingham, Byerly. Church, 
Courtenay, Davies (C), Edward (J.), Hardy» 
Hyde, Johnson (S.W.), Loomis, Newcomb, Olney, 
Osborne, Peck (W. G.), Pelrce, Proctor, Ray, Rice 
ft J.. Robinson (H. N.), Taylor (J. M.), Todhunter» 
Calisthenics. See Phtsigal Eduoatiom; Phtsioloot. 
Chemistry.— Americaa Science Series (Remsen), 
Appleton, Armstrong ft N , Attfleld, Avery, Baker 
(T. R.V Barker, Benton, Bloxam, Butler, Caldwell 
ft B., Charles, Clarke (F. W.), Clowes, Colt, Cooler, 
Ooee, (Sutler, Dobbin ft W., Drechsel, Eliot ft 8., 
Fall^owne, Freer, Greene (W. H.), Griffin (L. R. 
F.), Hart (£.), Hoffman ft P., Hooker, Houston, 
King. Lind, MIxter, Ncnrton, Peckham, Porter (J. 
A.), Remsen, Reynolds (J. E.), Rolfe ft G., Roscoe, 
Seymour, Sharpies. Shepard (J. H.), Simon. 
Steele. Stflckhardt, Steddard (J. T.), Tilden (W. 
A.), Wells (D. A.), Whiteley, WUllams (R P.)» 
Worthington, Wttrtz, Youmans. 

Ftret Zetsons.— Appleton, Brewster, Fisher, Hooker, 
Irving, Jones (F.), Macadam, Mead, Phelps (Mrs. 
L.), Porter (J. A.). Science Primers, Storer ft L. 

Jtioroaatc.- Bennett (A. A.). Frsnkland ft Japp, Jago» 
Kemshead, Kolbe, Miller (W. A.), Remsen, Rey- 
nolds (J. E.), Richter, Shepard (J. H.), Thorpe (J. 
£.), Valentine. 

Oryonio.— Austen, HJelt, Jones (H.C.). Miller (W.A.), 
Prescott (A. B.), Remsen, Reynolds (J. E.), Rich- 
ter, Watts (W.M.), Wohler. 

PMheophy and Physict.— Cooke, Pjmchon, Sadtler. 

iVactioa/.— Adriance, Howard (J.), Muter, Tilden. 

iYoUems.— Cooke, Grabfleld, Stammer. 

Qualitative Analyeie. — Appleton, Beilstein, Caim» 
Crafts, Eliot ft Storer, Hill (H. B.), Johnson (8. 
W.). O'Brlne, Prescott (A. B.), Rains, Simmons, 
Stoddard (jTr.), Thorpe ft Muir, WUl. 

Quantitative Analveie.—AMen (O. D.), Appleton, Aus- 
ten, Bolton, Classen, Herrick (W. H.), Johnson 
(8. W.), Muck, Thorpe (T. E.). 
Classical jDictionaries. — Anthon, Ireland, Lem- 

prl^re. Peck, Smith (Wm.). 
dasucal Handbooks.— Allen (T.;P.). Bsird, Irving. 

See aleo Anti^uitus ; Classical^ictionaribs. 
Common Things.— ^Slee Famillar Scikncb. 
Composition.— Abbott (E. A.), Allen. Black, Bancroft 
(T. W.), Bardeen. Barnes, Blgelow, Bonnell, 
Bright/Bulletin, (Jhittenden, Coppens, Day, Ec- 
lectic, Kllsworth, Emerson, English, Fletcher ft 
Carpenter, Franklin, Frost (8. A), Galbraith, 
Hardy, Hlgglns, HIley, Hunt (T. w.), Huston, 
Keeler ft Davis, Kirkland, Longman's Salmon's, 
I^te, MacLeon, Mstcalf ft De Garmo, Mead, 
Murray (J. E.), National, Newcomer. Parker 
(R. G.), Patterson, Pinneo, Powell, Quackenbos, 
Reade (A. A.), Shaw (E. R.), SoHthworth ft God- 

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dard, Tower ft Tweed, Wells (W. H. ), Welsh, Wen- 
/Sw al$o Lbttbr-Wbitino. 
Fint Lmkmu.— Ballard, Boanell, Brookfleld, Conklin. 
Qino & Ck)ady, HaU, Hart (J. M.), Harvey, Hyde, 
Jacob, LllienthaL Literature, Loormaa's Sal- 
moo's, Maxwrli, National, Sadlier (W. H.), Simp- 
son, Stickney (J. H.), Tarbell, Wilson (J. D.). 
CompotUion and /2A<toric.— Bain, Bardeen, Boyd, 
Gist, Greene (S. S.). Hart (J. M.), Hill (D. J.), 
Hunt, Kennedy, Kerl, Lockwood, McElroy, Met- 
cair, Quaokenbos, Waddy, Williams (W.). 
/Sw aUo Rhstorio. 
Conio Etootioiui.— ^be Gbokktrt, Analytieai. 
Constitatioii.— Andrews (I. W.J, ChampUn (J. T.), 
FlaDders, Furey, Hart (J. M.), Rannie, Rupert, 
Sheppard, Story, Thorpe, Toung Catholic. 
See cueo GoTxiuncsifT. 
OopT-Books.— 5se Pemmanbhip. 
Ormoism.— Arnold (T.), Boyd, Kames. 

See aieo Rhbtobio. 
Diotioiiariea (TBngUsh). — Browne A Haldeman, 
Chambers. Fallows, Feller, Murray (J. A. H.), 
Nuttall, Band, Bobbins, Royal, Waites, Walker 
(J.), Webster, Worcester. 
Etvmclogical.—liVLtt&U^ Oswald, Skeat. 
Prontmneing.^AjretL Bechtel, Coombs, De Graff, 
Globe, uiudsen, Phyfe, Soule & Campbell, Ten- 
ney (L. M.), Webster, Worcester. 
Afnonwnu.—Campbeil, Popular^ynonyms, Whately. 
iftsoeOaiieoia.— (Metaphysical Terms) Fleming (W.), 
(Science Terms) Rossiter, (Vulgarisms) Vulgar- 
isms. See aieo under Special Topics. 
For Ancient and Foreign Languagee eee Frbnch, 
Gbbmax, Grbbl, Hkbbbw, Itauam, Lathi, Span- 
Domestio ISoonomy.— Harrison (W. J.), Huntington 

(E.), Willard (Mrs.). 
Drawing.— (?eom«Moa2.—Bartholomew(W. NJ, Long- 
mans, Minifie^Prang, Rimmer, Smith (Walter), 
Taylor, Voee, Warren (S. E.). White (G. G.). 
See aleo Obomstbt, Deeeriptive. 
htduttrial and MBduMnieal,^Xbatn^ Barnes, Barry, 
Bartholomew (W. N.), Cassell, Croasdale, David- 
Bon (E. A.), Eclectic, Garin, Gilmore, Hailes, 
KrO^, MacOrd, McMillan A Smith, Mahan, 
Ifaycock, Minifle, Pike A Decker, Rimmer, Rose, 
Smith (Walter), Thompson, White (G.), White 
(G. G.). 
Linear and Perepective.'-BamGet Bartholomew (W. 
N.), GasselL Clarke (G. S.), Davidson (E. A.), Hall, 
Hodge, Hull, KeUer, KrOsi, Miller (L. W.ji Pelle- 
grin, Ruskin, Smith (Walter), Trobridge, Warren 
(S.B.), White (G.G.). 
JUbp.— Alien (J.), Andre, Apgar, Appletons\ Bangs, 
Handbook, Krone, Maury, Patterson, Practical, 
SadUer (W. H.K WUkins. 
Primary and iXementary. — Animal, Augsbury, 
Avery, Barnes, Barry, Bartholomew (W. N.), 
Biirkinshaw, Ciassell Jjavd, Chapman, Clark (J.), 
Coe, Drawing. Easy, Eclectic. Forbriger, Froebel, 
Holmes (M. H.),tHotcbkiss. How, Jacobs & Brow- 
er, Knowlton, Krone, KrOsi, Le Due, Longmans, 
Montgomery (J. V.), Moore (C. H.), Moore (N.), 
Peale, Philips, Prang, Primary, Royal, Ruskin, 
SadUer (W. EL), Smith (Walter), Standard, Walk- 
er (W.). White (G. G.). 
Bhadee and 8hadawe,—Caaee}l^ Ryan* Warren (S. E.), 
White (G. G.) 
Mooation.— Bacon, Bailev, Bell (A. M.), Bell (D. C), 
Bronson, Broolcs (E.), Brown (I. H.), (Caldwell, 
Carpenter (J. E.), Comstock, Corson, Dale, 
Diehl, Du Cysne, Fenno, Fobes, Frobisher, 
Graham^ (T*)t_ Guttmann, HamiU, Hyde (T. A. 

Prigg, Root A Gilbert, Ross, Sargent, Sherrlll 
;j. ST), Speaker's Garland, Swett, Tommy, Town 



), Kidd, Kirby, Kirkham, Lyons, McDvaine, 
Monroe (L. BX Murdoch, Murray (John), 
All, Ross (W. T.), Russell. Sadlier (W. H.), 
Salisbury, Shoemaker, Swett, Vandenhoff, War- 
man, Warren. Wiley. 

W^ret Leasoiu.— Badlam, Ballard, Brace. Dlehl. Hoitt, 
Hooee, Lambert, Northend. Sargent, Selections, 
Sherwood. Southwick, Sterling. 

Oratory.— Brown (I. H.), Brown (M. T.). Edgarton, 
Griffith, Northend, Raymond (G. L.), Stebbins, 
Sterling, Wiley. 

Beadinge and iZee^toltoiw.— Billings, Brown (L H.), 
Carrington. Oaven, Cumnock, Diehl, Elocution- 
ist, E^lisb, Fenno, Fletcher, Fobes, Fulton 
A T., doodrich (J. E.), Hows, James, Jameson, 
Le Bow. Little Gems, McGuffey, Morrison, North- 
end, O^Grady, One Hundred, Peasley, Potter 
(H. L. D.), Baby, Randall, Rusk, Russell, Sargent, 
Scholar's, Selections, Soper, Warman, Warren. 
See aieo LmcRATURK. Entiith: Rkadbrs. 

^peoilerf.- Branch, Brown (L H.), Butler (N.), Cath- 
cart, Coates, (Tumnock, Denman, Edgarton A 
Russell, Frost, Gilmore, Griffith, Harpers*, Har- 
rell, HiUard, Huntoon, Indiana, Kindergarten, 
La Moille, Lawrence (P.), Lovell, McGuffey, 
Miller A R., Northend, Oxford, Philbrick, PHest, 

Hoibrook, Toung (H. A.). Zachos. 
»"gi<«^ Iianguage.— iCaWtf ITnoMM.— C^arpenter (S. 
H.), Cook. Corson, Kello^, Morris A S., Normal 
Course, OUphant, Pratt, Tarbell. 
instorif,PAUo{o0if,6to.— Angus, Ballard, Oaik, Curd, 
Eclectic, English, Five Hundred. Oarlanda, Gay, 
Gideon, Gould, (3ow, Greene (H. R.), HadleyJJ.), 
Harper. Harrison (M.), Hodgson, Johnson, Kell- 
ner,Lounsbury, Msetzner, Marsh (G. P.), Meikle- 
lohn, Morris (R.), MuUer (F. M.), Nelson, Parker 
F.W.), Patrick. Shepherd, Suplee, Trench, White 
R.G.), Whitney (W.D.). 

More.— Abbott (E. A.), Craik. 
See aleo Amolo-Sazon ; 0>ifP08inoH ; DicnoNAJim ; 
EhTMOLooT ; Grammar ; Litbkaturb : Pbilox«- 
OGT ; Primbbs : Rkadbrs : Rhbtorio : Spbakbrs, 
Btymolosy.— Black, Booth, Haldeman, tynd, McEl- 
roy. Sargent, Skeat, Smith (W. W.), Taylor (I.), 
Thomas (J.), Webb (A. C). 
/Sw a2«o DionoNARDEB ; Lakouaob. 
Ihiolid.— Ae Gbombtbt. 

Familiar Scienoe. — Bert, Brewer, Catechism, 

Ctiamplin, Doemer, First. Guthrie. Hooker, 

Home, Lessons, Macadam, Monteith, Moore (G.), 

Norton, Peterson, Wells (D. A.). 

^SSee cUeo Natural Puilobopht, Firet Leeeont. 

First 1*6880X18.— 506 Famiuar Scibkob ; Primbbs ; 

Spbluers, etc. 
French.— C?ompot<<ion.—Gosset, Grandgent, Howard, 
Kimball, Lyon A De Larpent, Macnullan, Williams 
(F. S.I. 
Oonvereation and Dialogue9.-~A\m^ Aubert, Ooquet, 
Bolmar, Br^gy, Bronson, Chouquet, Collot, Con- 

tanseau, De Peyrac, Du Croquet, Fasquelle, Fon- 
taine, Oaillvd, Hossfeld, Jeanrenaud, Jullen, 
Lambert A Saraou, Mabire, Marchand, Pariez, 
Perrin (J. B.), Riodu, Rouillon, Sardou, Sauveur, 
Storm, Williams (F. S.), Wltcomb A B., Worman. 

iMcMonariM.- Bellows (J.), Brachet, Chambers, Clas- 
sic, Clifton, CoUot, Cilontanseau, De La Voge, De 
Lolme, Dictionaiy, Elwell, Feller, Fleming A 
Tibbins, (Hillard, Gasc, Heath, Hoesfeld, Ifasson, 
Meadows, Muzzarelli, Nugent, Roemer, Rout- 
ledge, Smith (H. A L.), Spiers, Spiers A S., Tauch- 
nitz, Weseely. 

Firet Booke, Primers^ ato.— AbeiUe, Ahn-Henn, Bar- 
bauld, Bercy, Berlitz, Buckingham, BulletlCaa- 
sell, Chardenal, Chouquet, De Vere, Doriot, Drey- 

{6. J. H.), Sauveur A Van Daell, Van Daell, Van- 
nier, Worman. 

Grammare, Exercieee^ ete.— Addlck, Ahn, Ahn-Henn, 
Alvergnat, Bercy, Berger, Bernard, Biamots. Bol- 
mar, Borel, Brachet, Br^gy, Breymann, Buck- 
ingham, Cassell, Cbardena], Collot, DeFivas, 
DeliUe, De Vere, Du Bois, Du Ooquet, Duffet, 
Dufour, Edgren, FasoueUe, Qastlneau, Gilbert, 
Grandgent, Harrison (J. A.), Harrison A B., Havet, 
Hennequin, Hossfeld, Jounne, Joaynes, Joynes- 
Otto, Keetels, Koeetler, Lambert A 8., Languellier 
A M., Lastrade, Devizac, Longmans. Macmlllan, 
Magill, Maneeca, Marlborough, Maurice Poitevin, 
Meisterschaft, Meras, Monsanto, Morinier, Mou- 
tonnier, Muzzerelli. NoSI A Chapsal. Ollendorff. 
Otto, Peiffer, Pinney A A., Pinney A B.. Ploetz, 
Prendergast, Pujol, Robertson, Rosenthal. Roux, 
Sanders (G. J. H.), Sauveur, Sauveur A Lougee, 
Schlep (C. A.), Smith (Wm.), Stem A M., Storr, 
Van Daell, Whitney (W. D.), Wilkinson, Williams 
(A.), Worman. 

JVionunciation.- Alvergnat, Kroeh, Mixer, Peiffer, 

£eckler«.— Ahn-Henn, Bercy, Berlitz, Bernard, Ber- 
quin, Brunner, CUissell. Chardenal, Chouquet. Col- 
lot, Contanseau, Davis, De Vere, Donot, Drey- 
spring, Dufour, Fasquelle, Fisher, Gilbert, 
Houston, Jojmes-Otto, Julien, Keetels, Knapp, 
Macmlllan, Magill, Maneeca, Otto, Pinney, Pylo- 
det, Raymond, Rajrmond A G., Roemer, Rollins, 
Schlegel, Super. Walter. 

Beading (Mi§ceUaneoue).—M80p, Alliot, Berquin, 
Bibflothdoue, Bdcher, Bolmar, Contes, Cotte, 
Cottin, Crane, Episodes, Fasquelle, Fleury, 
French Texts, Goodrich (S. O.). Handy, Hen- 
driksen, Hugo, International, Lacombe, Ladre>'t, 
Maynard, Perrin (J. B.). Raymond, Raymond A 
G., Romans, Rougemont, St. Pierre, Sauveur, 
Timayenis, Voltaire. 

lAterature.-^ Alliot, Aubert, Oane A Brun, Duffet, 
Fortier, Heath, N06I, Pylodet, Saintsbury, 
See aleo Lttbraturb. 

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Gombert, Handy, IntemationaJ, Meras, Mod- 
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Pbetry.— Janoo, Ma^lL MLxer, Pylodet. 
FhiSUjftC* r(3emacu«.— Bolmar, Faaquellef Le Brun. 
Tr€Md<Mng BngliMh into French.^Beroy^ Oaaaal, 
Coatanseau, Oasc, Handy, Sadler, Wllliama 
(F. 8.). 
Translcmng French into EngHih.—Bemtkrd^ Fany. 
Verbt. — BeauYoisin, Bolmar, De Vere. Du Croauet, 
Heonequin, Kroeb, Lambert & 8., MagUlf Mich- 
aud, Beynal, Simonin, Stone. 
Geonmphy. — Andent and Ckmioal. — Conklin, 
Literature Primers, Loag (O.), Mitchell, Putnam, 
See aieo^ below, HietorieaL 
Aetronainiedl,—JaM)uoa (E. PJ. 
^(icMM.— Bartholomew (J.), Colton A Fitch, Oinn, 
Johnston (A. K.), Labbertoo* Long (O.), Long- 
MitcheU, Montelth, PhUips, Public, Put- 
~ ', Wame. 

Etementary and Cbmprdk«tu<t».--AppIetons\ Baker, 
Barnes, Basset, Butler. Oolton, Colton & Fitch, 
Comprehensive, Cornell, Eclectic, Fish«% Frye, 
Oriifln, Ouyot, Hall (M. L.), Harpers*. HopUns 
(L. P.), Howard (C L.), Johnston (A. K.). Law 
son, LoDirmans, McCormick, Maury, Mill, Mitch- 
ell, Montelth, Montelth A McNally, Nilea. 
Northam, Peavey. Potter, Bitter, Sadfier (D. A 
JJ, Sadlier (W. 6.), Swinton, TUden. Trotters, 
warren (D. M.), Werner. 

F%rtt Lmkmu.— Oolton A F., Cornell, Eclectic, Quyot, 
Hall (M. L.), Harpers', History. Lemon, Maury, 
Mitchell, Montelth, Montelth ftMcNally,SadUer 
(W.H.), Stepping Stone, Swinton. Warren (D.M.). 

G^lo&s Jftxnuols.— Chenev, Franklin, Schedler. 

Biseorioo/.— EclecUc, Johnston (A. K.), Labbertoo, 
MacCoun, Putnam. Worcester. 
See aieo, above. Ancient and ClaeeiccU. 

PAy9<ca/.~Appletons\ Bryce (J. JJ, Butler, Colton, 
Cornell, Eclectic, Geikie. Ouyot, Houston, 
Johnston (A. K.), Law<ion, MacTurk, Marsh (O. 
P.). Maunr, Mitchell, MOnteith, Monteith A 
McNally, Proctor, Science Primers, Warren (D. 

QttMtions.— Butler,* Catechism, Eaton, Hathaway, 
Mitchell, Nichols, Pierson (D. h!), QuesUons, 
Begents, Townsend (J. L.), Tufts, Warren (D.M.). 
See auo Bbadbrs, Cfeographical. 

Oeology.—Amer. ScL Ser., Andrews (E. B.), Barbee, 
Dana, Davis (W. Q.\ Oeikie, Hall, Hogan, Hook- 
ey Jnkes-Brown, Le Conte, Loomis, Nicholson 
(H. A.), Prestwich, Roberts, Science Primers, 
Shaler, Steele, Tenney (8.), Wells (D. A.), WUl- 
lams (H. 8.), Williams (8. O.), Winchell (A.). 

Geometry.— Angel, Baker (A. H.), Baker (A. L.), 
BartoL Bayma, Bellows, Binns, Bowser, Brad- 
bury. Brooks (B,), Bums (J. J.), Butler, Carroll, 
Chapman, Chauvenet, Clarke (O. S.), Davidson 
(E. A.), Daviee (C), Dupuis, Eclectic, Evans, 
Oalbralth A Haughton, Oreenleaf, Halsted, 
Hanus, Hayward, Henrici, Hill (O. A.), Hill (T.), 
Hopkins (O. I.), Hunt, Hunter (T.\ King, Lachlan, 
Loomis, Low, Lsrman, MacDonald, Newcomb, 
Nixon, Olney, Peck (W. O.), Phillip** (W. H. H.), 
Proctor, Rsy. Richardson A Ramsey, Robinson 
<H. N.), Runkle, Russell, Schuyler, Science Prim- 
ers, Searle, Sestini, Sharpless, Smith (OX Smith 
<F. H.), Smith (W. B.), Spooner, Stanley, Stewart 
<S. T.), Venable (0. 8.)/Vodges, Warren (8. E.), 
WateonJH. W.), Wells, Welsh (A. H.)LWentworth 
(O. A.), Wentworth A Hill, Wood (De V.), Wright. 
Analytical and Conic i8fec«ont.— Bavma, Bndfire, 

tins ton 









A W., 


^ Faul- 
, Herr- 
, Kern, 


stein, Michel, Mugan, Otis, Plate, Preu, Reffelt, 
Rippe, Sanders, Scnlegel (C. A.), Bchmits, Schra- 
kamp, Stein, van der Smissen, Vietor, Wild A 
Stamm, Witter, Woodbury, Worman. 

Orammare^ Leeeone, Methode^ etc.— Ahn, Ahn-FLsch- 
er, Ahn-Henxi, Ahn-Oehlscblftger, Bacon, Black- 
well, Brandt, Buchheim, Chicago, Collar, Colby, 
Comfort, Cutting, Dessar, Deutsch, Dreysprmg, 
Eysenbach, Flscner, Gterfen, Ooebel, Oraebner, 
Graff, Grauert, Harris, Hedge (PreposiMons), 
Heller, Hempl, Heness, Henn-Ahn, Hodges, Hoes- 
feld, Jagenuum, Joynes-Melssner, Joynes-Otto, 
Keetels. Knofiach, Krauss, Longmans, Lueken, 
Macmillan, Mayer. Marlborough, Melsterschaft, 
Mengel, Naftel, Ollendorff, Otis. Otto, Peissner, 
Plate, Prendergast, Rosenthal, Roeenstengel, 
Sachse, Sawyer (W. C), Schlegel (C. A.), Schmitz, 
Schulte, Sheldon (E. 8.), Smith (Wm.), Soden, 
Spanhoofd-Stara-, Stelger^Thomas (C T.), Van 
derSmlseen A F.,welneck. Wenckebach, Wencke* 
bach A 8., Wheatley. White, Whitney (W. D.), 
Wilkinson, Winter, Woodbury, Worman, Zur 

Biamdwriting» — Ahn-Grauert, Eclectic. German, 
Henze. &nopp, Lueken, Fayson, Badller (W. H.), 
Wemli, Witter, Worman. 

J^xmunotofioa.— Grandgent. Kroeh. 

ISaodert.— Ahn, Ahn-Grauert, Ahn-Henn, Bernhardt, 
Bolsen, Brandt, Brandt A Day, Cincinnati, Com- 
fort, Deutsch, Dodge, Dreysprlng, Eclectic. Epi- 
sodes, Evans, First, Fischer (A. A.), Gelbach, 
G«rmanus, Gore, Grauert. Haiimann, Hardter, 
Heineman, Herder, Jagst. Joynes, Joynes-Otto. 
Klemm, Knapp, Knoefel, Kroeh, Macmillan, 
Mavnard, MilwaukeeL Monroe (L. B.), Naftel, 
Otto, Petermann, Reffelt, Rosenstengel, Schra- 
kamp, Schlegel, Soldao, Stamm, Storme (T.), 
Von Kleuze, Wenckebach. Whitney (W. D.)jWhit- 
ney-Klenun, Witter, Woodbury, Worman, wrage, 
Zlmmermann, Zschokke. 

Beadkna (MieoeOaneoue). — Deresf ord - Webb, Bern- 
hardt, David (A. A.j, Grube, Hart (J. M.), Heine- 
mann. International, Johnson (H.), Handy, Otis, 
Raddats, Schiller, Schrakamp, Storme (G.), 
Unterhaltungs, Van Dael, Van der Smissen, 
Wells (B. W.y, Whitney. 

Ltfteroturs.— Adler, Francke, Heath, Klemm, Roaen- 
stens«l. Schlegel, Scboenfeld. 

Hayt.— College, German TexU, Handy, Henesa« 
Intematlooal, Kroeh, Stem, Students*. 

Poetry.— 'KLemm^ Slmonson, Wenckebach. 
See aleo LrrBRATUita, Oerman, 

DraneUUing Bng. into (Termon.— Cincinnati, Collar, 

Handy, Joynes-Otto, Lagemann, Lodeman, 


OoTemment and Iiaw.— Alden, Bryant, Callahan, 

Clark (8. 8.), Cocker, Fiske, Glffln, Hart 

(A. B.), Higby. Hinsdale (a A.), Johnston (A.), 
L. L. L., lAwrence, Leach, Lleber, Lowry, Mo- 
Cleary, Macy, Maine, Mansfield. Martin, Mason, 

May, Morton, Mowry, Nordhoff, NorthauLjPeter- 
man, Robinson (W. C.), Suplee, Thorpe (F. N.), 
TocquevlllejTownsend (C.),Trowbrldge, True k. 
D., Wilson (W.), Toung (A. W.). 
See aleo CoNanrunoif . 
Grammar (Snclish).— ^noZiPtis and Parting.— Ah- 
bott (E. AJ, Adams (F. P.), Arnold, Buckham, 
Bullions, Carpenter (8. H.), Conklln, Crosier, 
Cmlkshank, Dalglelsh, Eclectic, Greene (8. 8.), 
Hart (J. M.), Haynle, Hind. Irish, Johnson, Iau- 
guage. King, Longmans, Marls, Mathews (H.), 
Maxwell, Murray (J. E.), Quimby, Rigdon, Ripley, 
Sanders A McE., Smitb (E. B.). Stillwell, Sweet, 
Symonds, Town, Townsend, Welch, Weld, Wilson 
IJ. D.), Wright. 

ary ana Prtustieal.—Ahn^ Appleton (J. L.), 

Bain, Barnes, Bingham, Boltwood, Bosworth, 
Brown (G.), Buehrle, Bugbee, Bullions, Burns (B. 
A.), Burtt, Butler (G.P.), Butler (N.), Choate, Clark 
(N. G.). Clark (8. W.), Cobbett, Comly. Eaton, Eiio, 
Eubank, Fewsmlth, French (J. W.), Gideon, 
Greene (H. R.), Greene (8. 8.). Greenwood (J. M.) 
Greenwood (J. W.), Hart (J. M.), Harvey, Hatha- 
way, Haynle, Holbrook (A.), Holmes, Hunter (J.) 
Kenyon, Kerl, Kemey, Klrkham, Knox-Heath« 
Lee A H., Llghthall, Longmans, Lyte, MaoCabe« 
MelkleJohnTMetcalfe, Morris (I. J.), Morris 

St.), Morrison (T.), Murison, Murray (J. E.), 
urray (L.), Parshall. Patterson, Peet, 
Plnneo, Quackenbos, Raub. Reed A Kellogg, Re. 
gents, Richardson (W. H.), Ridpath, Roemer* 
Badller (W. H.), Shepherd, Slglar, Sill, Smith 
(H. D.), Smith (R. C), Smith (M. W.),Southworth 
A Stoddard, Starkweather, Stickney (J. H.}, 
Strang, Sullivan, Swinton. Thring, Tower, Tweed, 
Van Tress, Vickroy, Weld A Quackenbos, Wella 
(W. H.), Welsh (A.H.), Welsh (j7P.),West.WTiitney 
(8.W.), Whitney (W. D.), Whitney A Lockwood, 

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Williams (O. E.), Williams (W. O.), Wilson, 
Wright, Toung Catholic. 
ate OMO Enoubb Laxouaob; Lahguaob. 
Jlr«<L««a(Mu.—Ahn, Brown (O.). Butler (N.), Clark 
(8. W.), De Graff, Fellows, Gilmore, Greene (F. 
B.). Greene (8. 8.). Hadley (H.), Hart (J. M.). 
Hounee, Howard (T. £.), Hyde (M. F.), Jobon- 
not, Kennedv ft Hackett, KerL Lee & 8., 
Literature n-imers, Lonr (C. C.)t Long (H. 
8.), Maxwell, Metcalf, Murchl Nesbitt, Primary, 

iVneiuaMoti.— Allardyce^yres,BigeIow, Butterfleld, 
Cooker. Hart^J. H.), Hill (A. 8)., Wilson (John). 
Greek. - DicUanartet. — Autenreith, Baird, Blaka 
ClasBic. Donnegan, Greek, Grove (8. J.)t Liddell 
& Scott, Piokerinir (J.)« Sanford, 8ophocles, 
Yonge(O.D.). "* ' * "^ 

Ntw Tatameni IXotionariat.— Analytical, Green (T. 
a), Greenfield, Robinson (E.), 8oomp, Thayer. 

WVrti Lmkmu.— Arnold (T. K.), Boise, Brooks (N. CA 
Bryoe, Collar & Daniell, Coy, Froet, Goodell, 
Harknees, Harper & C, Leighton. Morris (W. 
H.), Scarborough, White (J. W.), Wilkinson. 

Qrammar and ExercUf. — Adams (F. A.), Barnes, 
Boise, Brooks (J.), Bryce, Bullions, Bullions 
& Kendrick, Crosby, Curtius, Fisk, Goodell, 
Goodrich, Goodwin (W. W.), Hadley (J.), Halsey 
(C. 8.), Harper, Henry, Keep (R. P.), Kendrick, 
King &, Cootcson, Knnner, Maunoury, Spiess, 
Weil, WettenhaU, White (J. W.), Wilkinson, 
WincheU(8.R.), Tenni. 

J^Ro Tutamtnt (Trommart.— Buttmann, Cary, Green 
(8. G.), Harper (W. R.), Winer. 

Prom a>mpofi6'<m.— Alllnson. Arnold (T. K.), Boise, 
Jones (£.), Miles, Sargent, 8ewall (J. B.),8idgwick 
(A.), Woodruff. 

Beodert.— Bullions, Cov. Goodell, Goodwin (W. W.), 
Goodwin & White, moss. Preparatory. 

Beading (lAsoeOanaous).— Boise k Freeman, College, 
Ferguson, Fernald, Flagg, Grseca Minora, Long- 
mans, MacmiUan, Parsons (R), School Classics, 
Seymour, Tyler (H. M.), Williams. 

Traniating EnglUh into G^reeAs.— Handy, Harper, 

TrandcMng Oreek into i^i«A.~Cassell, Handy, 
Interlinear, Palmer, White. 

.JBtdUnei.— Champlin (J. T.), Richardson, Simcox. 

.AfoA^iM.— Allen (F. D.), Felton, Flagg, Mather, 

JBkw.— Timayenis. 

Arinophan€9.—¥eiUin & Goodwin, Green (W. C.) 
HumphreysCM. W.) 

DemottAenat.— Cnamplln (J. T.), D^Ooge, Flagg, 
Smead, Tarbell, Ivier (W. S.). 

JRv^toidet.— Allen (F.D.),Anthon, Beckwith, Flagg, 
Keeoe, Woolsey. 

Airodoeus.— Abbott, Johnson (H. M.), Keep (B. P.), 
Mather, Merriam. 

JETomer.— Anthon, Autenreith, Blake. Boise, Collar, 

Thurber, Tyler (W. 8.). 

Iiocratef.— Felton ft Goodwin. 

iMcion.— Williams (C. R.). 

X^isia*.— Bristol. Stevens, Whiton. 

New T^Bttomen/.— Boise, Critical, Greenfield, Inter- 
linear, Leusden, Owen, Scrivener, Spencer (J., 
A.), Westcott ft Hort. 

JYndor.— Gildersleeve, Seymour (T. D.). 

Ifato.— Dyer jaitbauer, Lodge, Towle, Tyler (W. 8.) 
Wagner, Woolsey. 

KMtord^— Wer (W. 8.). 

AtpAoclef.— Crosby, D'Ooge, Graves, Harpers*, Hum- 
dbrey, Jebb, Jebb ft Mather, Smead, white ( J.W.), 

Tkucifdide».—B\SK^ Fowler (H. N.), Lamberton, 
Mather, Morris (C. D.), Smith (C. F.). 

Fertijlootion.— Platner. 

Xmopfcon.— Anthon. Bennett, Boise, Crosby, Fergu- 
son, Goodwin ft White, Harper ft W., Interlinear, 
Kelsey, Kelsey ft Zenos, Kendrick, Manatt, Rob- 
bins (R. D. 0, White, Whiton, Wlnans. 
Oynmaattoi.—igee Physical Education. 
Hebrew.— B<U0.—Letteris. 

Jflnt Lemon§^ Primerg^ efc^— Katsenberg, Sonn. 

Grammar and Reading LeMoiw.— Auf recht, David- 
son (A. B.), Dessar, Gabriel, Gesenius, Green (W. 
H.), Harper (W. R.), Hebrew, Hecht, Jones, 
Krauskopf ft Berkowitz, Leeser, Manheimer, 
Mayer, Mitchell (H. G.), Strack, TregeUes, Vib- 

Lttfieon.—Cn^iKt Davidson (B.), Hebrew, Robinson 
(E.), Tregeues. 
MlMtOfTj,— Ancient, —Anderson, Barnes, Bridges, En- 

sign, Ejxxshs, Fleury, Fredet, Gloodrioh (8. G.), 
Myers, Bawlinson, Sadlier (W. H.), Student's 
Ser., Thalheimer, Wood (C. W.;, Tonge (C. M.), 

JRi0icind.— Airy, Allen (W. F.), Anderson, Arm- 
strong, Berard, Bishop, Buckley, Chautauqua, 
Collier (W. F.), Creighton, Curnow, Dickens, 
Edwards, Epochs, Freeman, Gardiner, Gardiner 
ft Mullinger. Goodrich (S. G.), Green (J. R.), Guest, 
Gumey, Hallam, Higginson ft Channing* History, 
Irving, Jones (L. E.), Joy. Kirkland, Knox, Kum- 
mer, Lancaster, Lingard, Longmans, Loesing, 
Lupton, Markham, May, Montgomery (D. H.), 
Morris (D.), PhiUps, Pierson (H. W.), Pinnock, 
Powell, Putnam's Manuals, Ransome, RoyaU 
Sanderson, Stone (A. PJL Stubbs, Student's Se- 
ries, Tait, Thalheimer, Thompson (A. B.), Towle, 
Wall (A.), Wheeler (A. M.), Yonge ifc. M.). 

fVaiioe.— Anderson, Barnes, Brewer (C.), Creighton« 
Fleury, Freeman, Goodrich (S. G.), History, 
Kirkland. Kitchin, Lacombe, Markham, Mont- 
gomery (D. H.), Pierson (H. W.), Pinnock, Put- 
nam's Manuals, Student's Ser., Super, Tonge. 

General.— Alexander, Allen (W. F.), Anderson, 
Andrews (E. B.), Appleton, Balmes, Barnes, Blair 
(J.), Boltwood, Carter, Chambers (W.), ChampUn, 
Collier (W. F.). Cottinger, Ensign, Epochs. Fisher 
(G. P.), Fitzsimon, Freeman, Freman, Oilman, 
Goodrich (8. G.), Grace, Great, Haentze, Hall (F. 
H.), Hathaway, Heilprin, History, Hunter, Ker- 
ney. King, Labberton, Lawrence (E. C), Lemon, 
Lord, Mackenzie, Myers, Parley, Ploetz, Put- 
nam's Manuals. Quackenbott (J. D.), Bobbins (R.), 
Sanderson Schlegel (F.), Shaffer, Shea, Sheldon 
(M. D.) StudentTt Series. Summary, Swinton, 
Taylor, Thalheimer, Trainer, Waites, Weber, 
Whelpley, Whitcomb. WUlard (8.), Willson, Wor- 
cester, Young Catholic. 

Osrmany.— Brewer (C), Freeman, Parmele, Pierson 
(H. w.), Putnam's, Student's, Taylor (B.), Tonge 
(C. M.). 

fl«fveoe.— Abbott (E.), Barnes, Collier, Cox JG. W.), 
Felton, Gildersleeve, Goodrich (8. G.), Harrison 
(J. A.), History, Irving, Joy, Myers, Osman, Pen- 
neU, Pinnock, Putnam^s Manuals, Ritchie, Sewell 
(E.), Sheldon (M. D.), Student's Series, Thal- 
heimer, Tufts, Vincent, Yonge (C. M.j. 

Ireland.— McCarthy, SadUer (A.), Towle. 

IlaZy.- Freeman. 

Japan and ihMtia.— Smith (H. A.). 

ifedtovol.— Anderson. Barnes, Duruy, Emertoo, 
Hallam, History, Myers, Stille, Student's Series, 
Thalheimer, Tonge (C. M.), Young Catholic. 

Mbdem.— Anderson, Barnes, Bridges,Duruy, Fredet, 
Fytle. Goodrich (8. G.), Lord, Myers, Sadlier 
(W. H.), Shea, Student's Series, Thalheimer, 
Tonge (C. M.), Young Catholic. 

Borne.- Allen (W J*.), Anderson,Barnes,Bryce, Collier, 
Coulange, Gilman. Goodrich (8. G., History, 
Irving, Kelsey, Merivale, Pelham, Pencil, Pm- 
nockTPutnam^s Manuals, Robinson (W. 8.>, Sewell 
E., Sheldon (M. D.). Shuchburgh, Student's 
Series, Thalheimer, Tufts, Wilkins, Yonge (C. M.), 
Vincent, Young Catholic. 

iSoofland.— Freeman, Mackenzie, Royal. 

United iStotst.— Abbott (E.), Allen (J. G.), Anderson, 
Armstrong, Barnes, Berard. Blackbumft McDon- 
ald, Brlrf, Butter, Campbell (L. J.), Chllds, 
Creery, Davidson, Derry, Dodge, Eclectic, Eg- 
gleston. Elementary, Eliot. Ellis, Epochs, First 
Lessons, Fiske, Freeman, Gibson, Gflman, Good- 
rich (Chas. A.), Goodrich (8. G.). Gruber, Hale 
(E. E.), Hansell. Harley, Hart ft Channhig, Has- 
sard, Hathaway, Henry, Higginson, History, 
Holbroolc, Holmes, Howison, Johnston (A.), 
Jones (K E.), Juliand, Kemey, Kimball, Lea- 
sing, Mackenzie, Monroe (Mrs. L. B.). Monteith, 
Montgomery, Morris, New Elementary, North- 
am, Peet, Pierson (H. W.), Pollard, Porter (L. 
H.), Primary Qiiackenbos, Rldpath, Roberts 
.\ SadUer (D. ft J.), Sadlier (W. H.), School, 
.,jtt, Scndder, Shea, Sheldon, Shinn. Stephens, 
Sterne, Summary, Swinton, Symonds, Thomas 
(A. C), Thousand Questio^ Towle, Van Wie, 
Venable (W. H.), Winsor, Woody, Young Cath- 
^rfcansos. — Hemstead. — Louifiona — Dimltry.- 
ifojne.— Varney.— Jfiirytond.— Browne ft Scharf, 
Butler, Dulany, Onderdonk.— Aew For*.— Hen- 
drick.— JVortfc daroHno.— Moore (J. W A Spencer 
(C.P.).— Amtt OnroKna.— Davidson (J.WX—Ten' 
neatee.— Phelan.— TkEos — Pennybaoker, Thrall. 
S» alM Rkadkrs. Historical ; JmsoeBaneotis. 

lene.— Cutter, Hunt(E. M.),'PUrkes, Wilson (G.). 
.^jealM Anatomt ; Phtsioloot. 
Industrial ISduoation. — Compton, Goss, Kilbon, 

Unwin. Whitaker. 
Italian. — Compo«ttion. — Grandgent. 

IKetionarief. — Barretti, Feller, Graglia, Hossfeld, 


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\No. \\^2\July 14, '94 

James A Orassi, Meadows, MUlhouse, Roberts 
(J. P.), Tauehnitz, Wessely. 
O'rammars.— Ahn. Oassell, Comba, Footana, Orand- 
gent. HoBsfeld, Meistersohaft, Mouta^rue, Ollen- 
dorff, Sauer, Smith (Wm.). Worman. 
/ieader*.— Oattaneo, ForesU, Montarue. 
lAsoeOaiieoiw.— IntematioDai, NovelTe, Farlate. 
Kindergarten.— Bailey(M.E.),Batohellor3err7,Bnul- 
ley, Douai, Froebel. Ooloammer, Hallman, Hail- 
mann (E. LOv Hailmami, (W. N.), Handbook, 
Heerwiu^ Hoffmami, Hubbard, Illustrated, 
Kinderararten, Kraus-Boelte, Kriege. MacLeod, 
Menand, Moore, Mulley, Noa, Peabooy ft Mann, 
Plays, Pollock, Prang, Ronge, Smith (E.),8teiger, 
Walker & Jenks, Wlebe. wSgin,WIltse. 
Iianguage.— iSm Emolish ; Frkmob ; Qbuum ; Obbbk; 
MBBMW : Italian ; Latin ; LnnuTUBS ; Pm- 
loloot: Spanish. 
Latin.— iHc^ionarief. — Ahn-Henn, Ainsworth, An- 
thon. Beard (J. R. A C J, BulUons, CasseU, Classic, 
EnticiL Oardner, Goodwin, Harpers*, Kalt* 
Schmidt, Leverett, Lewis, Routledge, Smith 
(Wm.), Wessely, White (J. T.). 
jnymoI<vy.— Andrews, Currier, Halsey (C. S.), Peck 
First Le8$on$^ Primer*, ato.— Ahn-Henn. AllenjfJ. H.), 
Andrews, Arnold (T. K.), Arrowsmlth & Wicher, 
Bryce, Chase & Stuart, Collar, Collar ft Daniell, 
Comstock (D. T.), D'Ooge, Egbert, Fowler ft T., 
Gates, Gildersleeve, Greenough, Harkness, Hal- 
sey (W. McD.), Heatley ft Kingdon, Holbrook 
iA.), Jones (E.), Leiffhton, Lindsay ft Rollins, 
lacmillan, Morris (W. H.), Pan tin. Poetgate, 
Preble ft Hull, Soudder, Tetlow, Tuell ft Fowler, 
Tuell ft Snyder, Wilkinson, Worman. 
G>rammar and JKesreises.— Ahn-Henn, Allen (J. BJ, 
Allen ft G., Andrews, Andrews ft S., Arnold (T. 
K.), Barber, Bartholomew, Bingham, Bruns, 
Bryce, Bullions, Bullions ft M., Chase ft S., Clark 
(D.), Drisler, Bnglmann, Fischer, Gildersleeve, 
Gould, Grove, Harkness, Harper, Henry. Hogue, 
Keep (R. P.), King ft C, Leighton, Mc(>be, 
Miles, MuUer (P. J.). Pennell, Roby, Ruddiman, 
Saureur, Schmitc ft Z., Schults, Silber, Smith 
(Wm.), Spencer (Q.). Tomlioson, Weld, white ft 
Waite, Whiton. Wilkins, Wilkinson, Tenni. 
PiDir«ini7.— Goodrich (C.A.) 
/V<muficiation.— King. Peck. 

Prote CbmiNMitton.— Abbott (E. A.), Ahn-Henn. Allen 
(W. F.J, Allen ft Greenough, Arnold (T. K.), Ben- 
nett, Bingham, Collar, Daniell, Fischer, Hark- 
ness, Jones (E.), Judson, Miller, Preble ft Parker, 
Ramsay, Wilkins. 
/Yoiody.— Casserley. 

/toadars.— Ahn-Henn, Allen (J. H.), Andrews, Ben- 
nett, Bruns, Bullions, Chase ft Stuart, Oilder- 
sleeve, Harkness, Harrington (K. P.), McCabe, 
Preble ft Hull, Preparatory, Smith (B. H.), Stu- 
dent^s Series, Tomltnson. 
Reading (l/2«ceaan«<m«).— Allen (F. D.), Andrews, 
Brooks (N. C), Churchell ft Sanford, College, 
Crowell, Hanson, Historia, Kelsey, Leusden, 
L'Homond. Lindsay, Longmans, Macmillan, Sad- 
Her (W. H.), School Classics, Virl RomoB. 
Cbtiilltw.— Merrill (E. T.). 

GbBsar.— Allen ft Greenough, Andrews, Anthon, Ash- 
more, Bartholomew,BiDgfaam, Blackburn, Brooks 
(N.C.),Bullions, Chase ft Stuart, Collar, Fergtison, 
Gildersleeve, Gltbauer, Harkness, Harper, In- 
terlinear, Judson, Kelsev, Lowe ft Ewing, Mc- 
Cabe, Peck, Perrin (B.), Richardson, Riggs, Sau- 
veur, Schmits ft Zumpt, Whiton, Wilkins. 
CVoero.— Allen ft Greenough, Anthon, Bullions, 
Chase ft Stuart, Folsom, Gardner, G. ft B^ Han- 
son, Harkness, Hart (S.), Interlinear, Kellogg 
(M.), Kelsey, Lord (J. K.), Montague, RIggs, 
Stickney (A.), Wilkins. 
Obmelitw JVepot.- Anthon, Chase ft Stuart, Gard- 
ner. G. ft B., Gltbauer, Lindsay, Rolfe, Schmits 
ft ZuBopt. 
Our^ttw /fttfiis(Qttinha).— Crosby, Fowler, Gardner, 

G. ft B., Schmltz ft Zumpt. 
Horace.— Anthon, Chase ( R. H.), Chase ft S., Inter- 
linear, Kirkland (J. H.), Lincoln, Schmltz ft Z., 
Smith (E. L.). 
Jut«na2.— Anthon, Chase ft Stuart,Hart (S.), Inter- 
linear, Leverett, Lindsay, SImcox. 
Ltfvy.— Anthon, Chase ft Stuart, Eaton, Greenough, 
Interlinear, Lincoln, Lord, Rolfe, Schmltz ft 
Zumpt, Westcott, White (J. T.). 
Lucrenia.— Kelsey. 

Ovid.— Allen ft Greenough, Andrews, Brooks (N. C. ), 
Chase ft Stuart, Gardner, G. ft B., Interlinear, 
Kelsey, Lincoln, Ovid. 
jRsrsfia.- Anthon. Gildersleeve. Hart (S.), Johnson. 
PAcedrus.— Gardner, G. ft B., Phaedrl. 
Ptouhis.— Fowler, Harrington, Morris (E. P.), 

^iny.— Holbrooke, Montague, 
"ntfljan.- Frieze. 

BaUutL—AMea ft Greenough, Andrews, Anthon* 
Bullions, Chase ft Stuart, Harkness, Herber- 
mann. Interlinear, Schmltz ft Zumpt. 
iSmeca.— Hurst ft Whiting. 

racihtf.— AUen (W. F.), Anthon, Champlln (J. T.), 

Chase ft Stuart, Gitbauer, Gudeman^opldns (A. 

G.), Johnson (H. C), Tyler (W. S.) Worthlngton 

(J. R.). 

TVrence.— Chase ft Stuart. Nloolson, Preble, Rolfe, 

Firj^iZ.- Andrews, Anthon, Bingham, Brooks (N. 
C), Burgess, Chase ft S.. Cooper (T. G.), Frieze, 
Greenough, Harper ft M., Interlinear, Kennedy, 
Schmltz ft Z., Searing, Whiton. 

AMaJber.— Sewall (F.). 

mionyms.— Doederlein, Ramshom, Shnmway. 

2ronsia<ini7 Singliah into LaMn.— Handy, Harper, 

Trandating LaMn into iPnglitlk.— Post, Welch ft Dof • 

Vertifteation, ^Plainer. 
Ijetter-'Writing. — Ellsworth, MoMahan, Palmer, 
Townsend (C.), Ward (E. G.), Westlake. 
See aieo Oompobitiom. 
Ijiterature.— ^msr/can.- Adams (O. F.), Baldwin (J.), 
Beers, Blaisdell, Cleveland, Eliot, English, Gil- 
more, Hart (J. M.), Hawthorne ft Lemmon, Hen- 
dHck, Higginson, Lookwood (S. E. H.), Lodge (H. 
0, Longwell, Readings. Richardson (C. F.), 
Royse^jShaw (T. B.), Smyth, Tyler (M. C), Under- 
wood (F. H.), White. 

dost^oal.- Fiske, Morris (C), Quackenbos (J. D.), 
White (C. A.). See aleo, below, Greek, Roman. 

An^itfc.— Adams (O. F.). Arnold (T.), Baldwin (J.), 
Bascom, Beers. Blaisdell. Buckland, Chaucer, 
Cleveland, Collier (W. F.), CopnSe, Corson, 
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Ward (T. H.). 
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Bacon.— Lewis (H.), Warne, Whately. 
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B.), Stebbing, Torrey. 
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son, Introduction, Kellocn?, Latimer, Literature 
Primers, Rolfe, Sprague (H. B.). 
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Warren. See aieo FRBNcn, Literature. 
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Hallam, Southwick, Trimble. 
Gterman.— Gostwick ft Harrison. ~ Muller (F. M.), 
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ffreclf.— Gildersleeve, Jevons, Literature, Perry (T. 

S.). Wilkinson, Zeller. 
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above, CMueical, 
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Jones, Loomis, Newcomb, Olney. Peirce (J. M.), 
Schuyler, Seaver, Stanley, Wells, Wentworth 
ft Hill. Wheeler, Woodward. 
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Cqppena, Da«ls (N. K.), Day, Doublet, Fowler (T.), 
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Walsh, Weld, Whiting. 
See dUo Ai^kbra ; Abxthiotic ; Aatbonovt ; Cal- 
OI7LU8 ; Drawimo ; GaomTRT ; LooARrrBMs ; Mb- 
0BARIC8 ; MsMSURATTON ; Natural Philosopht ; 


Meohsnlos.— Ball, Bartlett, Bayma, Bowser, Byrne, 
Church, DanflL Foster, Galbralth A U., Ooodere, 
Harrison (W. J.), Jackson (I. W.;, Magnus, Michie, 
Peck (W. O.), Perry (J.), RoesW, Selby, Tod- 
hunter, Twl8den,Wood (De V.), Wood & S.,Wright, 

Mensuration.— Bonnycastle, Christian Brothers, 
Daviee (C), Hall, Halsted, Hasiirell, Hutton (H. 
H.)« Longmans, Mecutohen, Rodgem, Schuler, 

Mental Philosophy.— Abercromble, Alden, Bain, 

Lowey, Mahan, Modern, Muller (F. M.), Reid, RIt- 
ers,Royoe, Seelye, Upham, Watts (J.), Wayiand, 
Wilcox, wlnslow. 
See aleo MBTAPHTSiaB. 

Metaphysics.— Bascom, Bowen (FJ, Bowne, Day. 
£lmendorf, Fleming, Hamilton (w.). Haven, HiU 
(W. H.). Hopkins (M.), Ladd, Mayor, Porter (N.), 
Schwegler, Stewart (D.), Wilcox. 
See aleo Looio : Mkmtal philosopht ; Moral Phi- 
voeopHT : P8TCHOL00T. 

Meteoroioffy.— Chase^Daris, Loomis. 

Metric System.— Sm wsiobts amd Mrasurbs. 

ICineralogy.- Bauerman. Bodeman, Brush, Clapp, 
Collins, Crosby (W. 0.), Dana, Hooker, Hussak, 
MacLeod, Mitchell (J.), Ricketts, Sbepard (E. 
M.). Sweeny, Williams. 

Moral Philosophy and Bthics. — Abercrombie, 
Alexander, Bekln, Ballou, Bascom, Bierbower, 
Bowne, Comegys, Cowdery, Cutler (C), Dagg, 
Day, Dewey, Dymond, Everett, Fairchild, Fletch- 
er (M.), Oilman (N. P.). Oilman & Jackson, 
Oregrory, Haven, Hill (W. H.), Hopkins (M.). 
Hyde, jacluon, Janet, Ladd, Louage, Modem 
Muirhead, Peabody (AP.), Poland, Porter (N.), 
Rivers, Robinson (E. G.), Ryland, Seelye, Smith 
(W. A.), Steele, Stuckenberg, Wayiand, Williams 
(C. Mj, Wright. 

Mnsio.—£rafMi&oqJI».— Banister, 


mister, Biographi^ Bullock, 

& Ryan, Davenport (F.), Helmholtz, 

Jousse, Leslie (H.), National, Noi 

Ryan, *. • 

in, Jousse, Leslie (H.), National, Normal, 
Palmer, Panseron, Rand, Ritter, Root, Sargent 

(N. B.), TUden, Tytler, Whiting (C. E.), Wyman. 

iZeadert. — American, Andrews (fi. P.), Cincinnati, 
Eichberg, Humphreys (L. B.), Jepson. Loomis 
(O. B.), National, New American, Normal, Palmer 
A S., Ryan (J.), Seward, Smith (W. L.), Veazie, 
Whiting (C. £.). 

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Bower. Bymap, Case A Williams, Ceoilian, Cen- 
tennial, Charming, Children, Church, Cobb, 
Elson^ Emerson (L), Emerson (L. O.), Emerson 
A Brown. Emerson A S., Emerson A T., Ever- 

Hanson, Howliston, International, 
son, Kdlo ~ . . . - V 

.*.«>vv/u, Au«»«m.«.wu«., Jarvis, John- 
•vu. AvtivFK^ (A. M.), Kendrick A R., Kingsbury, 
Leslie (B.), Ludden. McOranahan, Mason (L.j, 
Menand, Morse, Mueller A B., Murray A P., Nor- 
mal, Our Song Birds, Parsons, Pease, Penney. Per- 
kins (H.S.). Perkins (W. 0.), Perkins A M., Phelps 
(E. C), Phelps A L., Phillips (P.), Riverside Sonr- 
Book, Root (O. F.), Root A Case, Seward, Showal- 
ter, Shryock, Song, Songs, TUden (W. S.), Tilling- 
hast, Tomiins, Veazie, vocal. Wavelet, Whitney, 
Whittemore A B. 

Mythology.— Beren, Cox (O. W.), Dwight, Edwards 
(8. A.), Ouerber, Irving, Murray (A. 80, Bobbins, 
SculL Seeman, Tooke, white (0. A.), Witt. 

Vatural History.- Agasslz, Black A C, Cooper (S.), 
D'Anvers, Olbson, Oddsmith, Ooodrich (S. O.), 
Ouldee, Hooker, Huxley, Johonnot. Keep (J.), 
Lockwood, Lubbock, Marsh (Q. FX MUl, Packaid, 
Peck, Scudder (S. u.). Simpson, Smellie, Tenney 
(Sanb.). Treat, Wood (J. QX 
See aleo BorrAXYiQmoQRAFHTf Phyeical: Oboloot; 
Minxraloot; Kbadkrs, Mtecdlaneaiu : Zo(Sloot, 

Vatural Philosophy, Physics. — Allen (0. R.), 
American Science Series (Barker), Anthony, 
Avery, Baker (T. R.), Bowman, Carhart A Chute, 
Chute, Cooley. Cumming, Danlell, Deschanel, 
Draper, Everett (J. D.), Fessenden, Oage, Oillet 
A Bolfe, Olazebrook, Cordon, Oriffln (L. R. F.), 
Outhrie, Hall A Bergen, Haughton, Hooker, 
Hotze, Houston, Jackman, Jones, Keith, Kiddle, 
Larden,Lee, Longmans.McKay,MacLeon, Meade, 
Miller(W. A.), Mivart, Norton (S. A.), Olmsted, 
PRrker (R.O.), Peddle, Phelps (Mrs.L), Pickering, 
Quackenboe, Remsen, Rolfe A Oillet, Sabine, 
Snarpless A Philips, Seymour A W., Shaw, Shel- 
don, Smith (T. F.), Smith (T.B.), Steele, Stewart 

(B.). Stewart A Oee, Swift, Thornton (J.), Trow- 
bridge, Wells (D. A.), Whitney, Woodhull, Wright 
(M. R.). 
Firet XeMoat.- Avery, Barnard, Oillet A Rolfe, Oif- 

ford, Hotze, Houston, lind, Loewy, Magill (W.), 
Martindale, Moore (O.), Norton A P., Purker (R. 
Q,\ Phelps iMrs. L.), Science, Thompson (S.), 

Tddhunter, woodhull. 
Navigation.- Burton, Evers, Loomis, Maury, Ray, 
Robinson (H. N.). Schuyler, Wentworth (O. A.). 

See dSb Lamouaob. 

Philosophy.— <Sbe Mkmtal; Moral; Natural. 

Phonography.— Allen (O. O.), Baker (A. M.}, Cross 
(J. 0.7, Day (A.), Dettmann, Eames, Oraham^ 
Longley. Marsh, Moran, Munson, Pitman (B.), 
Pitman (I.), Pitman A Howard, Relton, Thornton 
O. H.). Torry, Watson (J.). 

Physical Bduoation.- Anderson, De Oraff, Dlok, 
Dowd, Hunt (L. B.), Maclaren, Mason, Morse, 
Parsons, Posse, Pratt, Rasmussen, Shelton, 
Smart, Stebbins, Straw, Swazey, Warman, Wat- 
son (J. M.), Welch. 
See aleo Phtsioloot. 

Physics.— iSSss Natural PHHiOsoPHT; ateo Chxmistrt. 

"^ liologT. — Appleton, Blaisdell, Brown (E. F.), 
Brubaxer, Comstock (J. L.). Chambers, Domer, 
Dulany, Dunglison, Eclectic, Foster, Hooker, 
Huxley, Jenkin, Lind, Loomis (J. R.), Seymour, 
Steele, Stowell. Tracy, Yeo. 
Prtfffiary.- Bowditch, Callahan Dulany, Dunglison, 
Ellis (E. S.), Furneaux, Hooker, Hotze, Hutch- 
ison, Jarvls (E.). Johonnot&Bouton, lind. Miles, 
Mills, Putnam, Science Primers, Smith (W. T.), 
Stowell, Tidd. 
Fhjfeiology and JJygriene.- Blaisdell, Brown (R. T.), 
Dalton, Dinsmore, Eclectic, Ouernsey, Hatfield, 
Hathaway, Hutchison, Huxley A T^ Jarvis 
(E.), Kellogg (J. H.), Lincoln, Martin, Path- 
finder, Smith (W. T.), Steele, Trail, Union Ser., 
Walker (Jerome). 
See aleo Ajvatomt; HTOismB; ZoOlogt. 

Political ISconomy. — Adams, Alden, American 
Science 8eries.(Walker), Andrews, Bowen 0^.), 
Bowker, Bryce, Carey, Champlln(J. T.), Chapln, 
Clark (J. B.), Clements, Coesa, Danson, IUder« 
Ely. Fawcett (H.), Fawcett (Mrs.), Olde, 
Greeley. Oregory (J. UX Laughlln, Lemon, Mac- 
vane, Meservey. Mill, Patton, Perry, Rogers (J. 
E. T.), Sidgwlck (H.), Smith (A.), Smith (E. P.), 
SU^le (O. H.), Steele (O. M.), Sturtevant, Sum- 
mer, Symes, Thompson (R. E.), Walker (A.), 
Walker (F. A.), Wayiand, WUson. 
F%r§t LfSKMu.- Alden, Dodd, Dole, Fawcett (H.), 
Mason A Labor, Raleigh, Science Primers, 

Primers.— American, Appletons*, Armstrong, Bad- 
lam, Ballard, Bannan, Butler, Butler-Gkwdrioh, 
Calkins. Child's, Cyr, Davis (W. J.), Fuller, OUbert 
(J. H.), Ollmour, Oolden, Heilprin^lllard, Hlllard 
A (^mpbell. Holmes, Johonnot, Kelly, Knudseo, 
Little Teacher, Mo(iuirey, Macmlllan, Monroe, 
Murphy, North C?arolina, Osgood, Parker A 
Watson, Peabody, Peabody A Mann^Progressive, 
Reed (A.)^ReynoIds, Sadller (W. H.), Sanders, 
Sawyer (H.). Sheldon, Sterling, Stlckney( J .H.), 
Stickney A reabodyiSwlnton, Town A H., Tur- 
ner, United States, Washington, Webb (J. R.), 
White (W. R.), WlUson, Wlnchell. Young Cith. 
Phonetic. — DomblU Hlllard A Campbell, McOulTey, 
Parker A Watson, Sheldon (E. A.). 

Pronunciation.— >See dictionaribs; ELoounoif. 

Psychology.— Baker. Baldwin, Bowne, Compayre, 
Day, iMkvlB, De Giarmo A Lindner, Dewey, Hew- 
itt, Hill (D. J.), James, Janes, Jastrow, Ladd, 
McCosh, McLellan, Schuyler, Steele, Sully, 
See aleo Mbktal Philosophy. 

Beaders. — Oeographical, — Oeographical, Informa- 
tion, Johonnot, King, Philipis world at Home. 
G'raded Seriee, — Appletons^^Bancrof t, Barnes, Boy- 
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Hill (0. J.), Jameaon, Jamieaon, Kamea, Kel- 
loer, McElroy, Mead, Patterson, Powell, Shedd, 
Welsh (A. H.). Whately. 
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iHcMoiiaHea.--Beoker, Hoesfeld, Lopes, Meadows, 
Neuman, V61asauez, Wessely. 

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Haupt, Hodgman, Johnson (J. B.), Lane, Loomis, 
McMillan A S., Merriman, Middleton, Murray (D.), 
Ray, Reed (H. A.), Robinson (H. N.), Schuyler, 
Wentworth (G. A.). 
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F. R.), Blakslee, Bowser, Bradbury, Brooks (E.), 
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Seaver, Seaver A W., SestlnU Sharplesa, Smith 
(F. H.), Stanley, Todhunter, Wells, welshlWent- 
worth (G. A.), Wentworth A H., Wheeler, Wood. 

Weights and Measures.— Davies (C), Eaton, Gib- 
oens A B., Granger, Landreth, Metric, Sawyer 
(H. E.), Seaver A W. 

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(Packard), Angell, Brooks (W. K.), Bumpus, Cham- 
bers (W.l, Cleland Colton, Greene, Harbison, Hol- 
der, Hooker, Jordon, Lockwood, Macalister, Man- 
ton, Marshall, Morse (E. S.), Nicholson (H. A.)» 
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*Abbelen, P. M. Venerable Mother M. Caro- 
line Friess, first commissury-general of 
the school sisters of Notre Dame in Ameri- 
ca: a sketch of her life and character; au- 
thorized tr.; with an introd. by Bp. J. L. 
Spalding. St. Louis, Mo., B. Herder, 1893, 
[1894.] 12% cL, net, $1.25 and $1.75. 

Alden, Mrs. Isabella M., ["Pansy," paeudA 
Wanted. Bost., Lothrop Pub. Co., [1894.] 
4+842 p. il. D. (Pansy books.) cl., $1.50. 

While in a petulant and morbid state of mind, in- 
duced bv both real and ima^nary troubles, Rebecca 
Mereditn c<Hiceives the idea tnat sne is out of place in 
her father's household. She leaves home, and tries to 
find her level; a disappointing experience discouraging 
her, she resorts to the ** Wanted'* column in the 
daily paper, by which means she finds her vocation, 
and becomes the heroine of a romantic love-story. 

Alexander, Sigmund B. A moral blot: a 
novel. Bost., Arena Pub. Co., 1894. c. 5 
+288 p. D. (Arena lib. ser., no. 89.) pap., 
60 c. [2128 

The scene is Boston. Leo Ormsby, a successful ar- 
tist and ioumalist, falls in love with a poor ig\t\ of 
Irreproacnable family and character, who returns his 
love. When the mother of the heroine is on her 
death-bed, she induces her daughter, Ormsby's be- 
trothed, to marry a wealthier suitor; this leads Leo 
to cast his fortunes with a burlesque actress. Gives 
incidents of his unconventional life after be is brouirht 
into association with a woman of questionable record. 

^AUsop, Robert Owen. Public baths and 
wash-houses. N Y.. E. & F. N. Spon A 
Chamberlain, 1894. 7-1-98 p. il. pi., 8% cl., 
$2.50. [2129 

*Andrew8, E. B: An honest doUar: a plea 
for bimetallism. Hartford, Cl., The Stuaent 
Publishing Co., 836 Asylum St., 1894. 
200 p. 16% cl., $1. [2130 

Appleton, Rob., {paeud.) After the manner 
of men: a novel of to-day. Bost.. Mass., 
The Franklin Pub. Co., [1894.] c. a-406 p. 
* il. por. D. cl., $1. [2131 

The story of two artists, one devoted to his work 
and strivings to make bis friend recof^nize his talents 
and limitations and work with earnest purpose; the 
other, full of wit. sociability, and good, fleetiog im- 
pulses. The flrbt marries and finds his art suffers. 
The Irish question is worked into the plot. The scene 
shifts between London and Dublin. 

^Appleton's annual cyclopaedia and register of 
important events of the year 1893. New 
series, v. 18; whole series, v. 33. N. Y., 
Appleton, 1894. 8% cl., subs,, $5; shp., $6; 
hf. mor., $7. [2132 

*Appleton'B hand-book of summer resorts. 
fiew ed, rev, to date. N. Y., Appleton, 
1894. 12% pap., 60 c. [2138 

^Atlantic reporter, v. 28; cont. all the decis- 
ions of the supreme courts of Me., N. H., 
Vt., R. I., Conn., and Pa.; court of errors 
and appeals, court of chancery, and su- 
preme and prerogative courts of N. J.; 

court of errors and appeals, and court of 
chancery of Del.; and court of appeals of 
Md. Permanent ed,, Jan. 17-May 16, 1894; 
with table of Atlantic cases in which r«*- 
hearin^ have been denied. With tables of 
Atlantic cases published in v. 63; Conn, r**- 
ports; 157 and 158, Pa. state rei>ort8. A table 
of statutes construed is given in the index. 
St. Paul, West Pub. Co., 1894. c. 18-h 
1162 p. O. (National reporter system — stat4% 
ser.) shp., $4. [2134 

Bamford, Mary E. Jessie's three resolutions. 
Phil., American Baptist Pub. Soc, [1894.] 
c. 191 p. il. D. cl., 90 c. [2135 

The story of a youn^ eirl, who labors not only for 
the support of herself, but for that of her invalid 
mother and aunt as well, and yet finds time to do some 
missionary work in her own neij^hborbood amon^ the 
Roman Catholic Portuguese and the heathen Chinese. 
The scene is laid in one of the small towns of Cali- 

^Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The book of the 
fair. In25pt8., pts. 11-14. San Francis- 
CO, Cal., The Bancroft Co., 1894. a. r, 
pap., eubs,, ea,, $1. [3186 

*Bamas, Rev, S. G. A scriptural index to 
the International Sunday-School lesftons 
from 1873 to 1896. Hartford, Ct., The Stu- 
dent Publishing Co., 1894. 40 p. 16^, pap., 
10 c. [2187 

•Baidcet (The) of flowers. N. T., T: Nelson A 
Sons, 1894. 128 p. 12% cl., 50 c. [2188 

Bennett, W. H. The book of Chronicles. N. 
Y., A, C. Armstrong & Son, 1894. 9+464 p. 
D. (Expositor's Bible, new [7ih] ser.) cl.. 
$1.50. [2139 

The author is professor of Old Testament languages 

and literature^ and is a fellow of St. John's CbH^e, 

>J the editor of i%e 
Kxpoaitor. The author has specially attempted to 

Cambridge. His work is edited br the editor of : 

show the fresh force and clearness with which modern 
methods of biblical study have emphasized the spiritu- 
al teaching of the books of Chronicles. 

*Bible. New Testament; with notes. N. Y., 
Arthur Hinds & Co., 1894. 8% (Interlinear 
translations, new classic ser.) cl., $3; hf. 
leath., 94. [2140 

Binet, Alfred. On double consciousness: ex- 
perimental psychological studies. Chic, 
The Open Court Pub Co., 1894. 2-93 p. sq. 
D. (The religion of science lib., v. 2, half 
no. 1.) pap., 15 c. [2141 

Chapters on experimental psychology In Frajice; 
proof of double consciousness in hysterlciu individuals; 
the relations between the two consciousnesses of hyster- 
ical individuals; the hysterical eye; mechanism or 
sub consciousness; the graphic method of the doub- 
ling of consciousness; the intensity of sub^oonsclous 
states; the rdle of suggestion in phenomena of double 
consciousness; and double consciousness in health. 

•Blaikie. W: G. Heroes of Israel. N. Y., 
T: Nelson & Sons, 1894. 480 p. BT, cl., 
$1.50. [2143 

Bradthaw« J:, ed. An English anthology 
from Chaucer to Tennyson; selected and 

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mans, Green & Ck>., 1894. 23+509 p. D. cL, 
$1.50. [2148 

*Brewer, Rev, E. Cobham. Character 
sketchf^s of romance, fiction, and the drama; 
a rev. ed. of the **Rf»ader8' handbook," by 
the R^*v. E. Cobham Brewer; ed. bv Marion 
Harland. N. Y., Selraar Hess, 18*8 [1894.] 
4+1683 p. 4% subfi,, cL, $29; hf. mor., $86; 
mor,, $47. [2144 

Browne. Walter. ** 2894 " ; or, the fossil man: 
(a midwinter nieht's dream.) N. Y., G: W. 
DilUngham, 1894. 3-298 p. D. pap., 50 c. 

After indulging in old family port wine at a Chriat- 
uuw eve dinner. Lord Ammouite falls asleep and 
bae visions of the world a thousand years aheaa. He 
is taught many good lessons while he feels himself a 
fossil man, and like Scrooge of old wakes up to bless 
his fellowmen. 

*BQnyan, J: The pilgrim's progress, N. Y., 
T: Nelson & Sons, 1894. 228 p. 12% cl., 50 c. 


Bnrt, Mary E. Stories from Plato and other 

classic writers, Hesiod, Homer, Aristopha- 

ne«», Ovid, Catullus, and Pliny. Bost., Ginn 

& Co., 1894. c. 9+262 p. D. (Classics for 

children.) bds.. 50 c. [2147 

About fifty stories gleaned from elaasic sources 

which are now collected into a primary reader for 

children from six to twelve years. The stories contain 

fine moral points and poetic statements of natural 

phenomena sure to arouse interest in the good and the 


♦Carter, C: W. Handbook for the use of 
probate courts, attorneys, executors, ad- 
ministrators, trusU'es, guardians, and con- 
servators within the state of Conn. Nor- 
wich, pr. for the author, C: W. Carter, 
1894. c. 893 p. S. cL, $2.50. [2148 

Oams, Paul. The' nature of the state. 
Chic, The Open Court Pub. Co., 1894. c. 
9+56 p. D. (The religion of science lib., v. 2, 
half no. 1.) pap., 15 c. [2149 

This essay first appeared in several instalments as 
editorial articles in T?ie Open Court, Contains an 
explanation of the nature of the state and the na- 
ture of treason, intended to spread broadcast a sound 
knowledge of the state, its main functions and purpose, 
especially among those who find it advisable to strug' 

fie and strike for an improvement of their condition, 
tiis legitimate aspiration, and treason to law and 
order are carefully weighed and made clear to all 
state citizens. 

*Oharle8, Mrs. Elizabeth. The story of 
Christian life in England in the olden time. 
N. Y.,T: Nelson & Sons, 1894. 816 p. 12% 
cl., $1.25. [2150 

Oomfott, Elizabeth Maxwell. Grizzly *s little 
pard. N. Y., T: Whittaker, 1894. c. 3+ 
146 p. il. D., hf. cl., 50 c. [2151 

The scene is Simpson ^s camp. Gold Ledge, a mining 
settlement in the Roclcy Mountains; while the miners 
are discussing the attendant disadvantages of a heavy 
snowstorm, they are startled by the unexpected ap- 
pearance of Robert McLeod with his wife and baby, 
snow-bound travellers. The miners taking a great 
fancv to the young couple they are persuaded to stay 
at the settlement, and '* Grizzly,*^ who has a claim, 
'takes Baby Fay into partnership. The subsequent 
history of *'Gnzzly*s little para** is romantic and 

Deems, C: F., D.D., Bradford, Amory H., D. A, 
and Devins, Rev. J: B., eds. Christian 
thought: lectures and papers on philosophy. 
Christian evidence, ind Biblical elucidation. 
llthser. N.Y., Wilbur B.Ketcham, [1894.1 
c 6+478 p. il. O. cl., net, $2.50. [2152 

Some of the lectures and papers are: Women's in- 
aebtedn^Hs to Christianity, by George Francis Qreer; 
▲aguste Comte and positivism, hy Darld H. Greer, 

D.D.: The age needing a larger conception of Christ, 
by Rbv. Granville R. Pike; Protestantism in North 
America, by W: H: Roberts, D.D.; Books old and new 
for young people's Sunday reading, by Miss Estelle M. 
Hurll: Gambling in colleges, by the Prof. W. J. Mutch; 
The Bible doctrine of inspiration, by Rev. B: B. War- 
field: Inspiration in the Old Testament, by Prof. G. H. 
Mitchell; Criminals not the vlcUmsof heredity, by W: 
M. F. Round. 

DeWitt, J: John Wesley and premillennial^ 
ism. N. Y., printed for the author, J: De- 
Witt, by Hunt & Eaton, 1894. c. 47 p. sq. 
S. pap., 15 c. [2158 

Written to prove that John Wesley was a firm be- 
liever that Christ would come again and establish an 
earthly kingdom which would last a thousand years. 

^Douglas, Rob. Kennaway. Society in China. 
Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1894. 16+415 p. 
22 pi., 8% cl., f4.50. [2154 

Duruy, Victor. History of modern times 
from the fall of Constantinople to the 
French Revolution; tr.and rev. with notes, 
by Edwin A. Grosvenor. N. Y., H: Holt & 
Co., 1894. 16+540 p. D. cl., $1.60. [2155 
Contains the history in general of the European 
states from 14S3 to 1789, giving a rapid sketch of 
European life in general, and of those momentous 
events wliich permit us to trace its progressive march. 
The author is one of the foremost contemporary French 
writers and was for years Minister of Public Instruc- 
tion in France. The translator is professor of French 
in Amherst College Chronological list of European 
potentates from 14^ to 1789. Full index. 

Egleston, T: The life of John Paterson, 
major-general in the Revolutionary array; 
by his great-grandson. N. Y., G: P. Put- 
nam's Sons, 1894. c. 11+293 p. il. O. cl., 
$2.50. [2156 

The story of Major>Qeneral Paterson *s life Is the 
story of the Revolutionary War, and includes, besides 
details of his private life and an account of his elforts 
to build up the state of MassachusetU and especially 
his own county of Berkshire and the town of Lenox, 
chapters on the Continental Congresses and the battle 
of Bunker Hill, the siege of Boston and the battle of 
Trenton, the campaign of Valley Forge and Monmouth. 
Shav's Ret>ellion, etc. The appendix contaUis a list 01 
j^ooKs consulted, about two pages. 

XSlmslie, Theodora C, [Baynton Foster.] 
The little lady of Lavender; il. by Edith 
Scannell and H. L. E. Phil., The American 
S. S. Union, 1894. 4-820 p. U. D. cl., $1.25. 

The little Lady of Lavender was the $ol»riquet 
given to Evangeline Herbert, granddaughter of the 
rector of Lavender. Eva's rescue of Davy the poacher, 
a notable visit to Captain Ransom, the terror of the 
country folk, an adventure in a snow-storm, and a trip 
to London are described, and the quaint little heroine 
of seven years remains the centre of attraction in a 
story of English country life. 

♦First book of Bible knowledge. N. Y., T: 
Nelson & Sons, 1894. 12% pap., 25 c. [2158 

♦Fitzgerald, Percy. The operas of Gilbert 
and Sullivan described. Phil., J. B. Lip- 
pincott Co., 1894. 15+248 p. il. por. 12% 
cl., $1.25. [2159 

♦Frazer, Persifor. A manual of the studv of 
documents to establish the individual 
character of handwriting:, and to detect 
fraud and forgery, including several new 
methods of research. Phil., J. B. Lippin- 
cott Co., 1894. c. 13+218 p. il. pi. 8% cl., 
|2. [2160 

Fundenberg, Elizabeth H. First lessons in 
reading: based on the phonic- word method. 
N. Y., American Book Co., [1894.] c. 80 p. 
D. bds., 25c.; Teachers' ed., 144 p. D. cl.^ 
50 c. [2161 

Gardner, Mrs. S. l^f. IT. The fortunes of 

Margaret Weld. Bost., Arena Pub. Col, 

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1894. c. 3+283 p. D. (Arena lib. ser., no. 
87.) pap., 50 c. [3162 

Margaret Weld is an artist, who at twenty eight loses 
the fortune left by her father and attempts to earn her 
living, never hesitating to express her doubts of re- 
ligion, to demand the same moral law for men and 
women; recogaizing the soul in some fellow- beings she 
meets, but denying the existence of soul in herself. 
She is finally redeemed through love. A whole-souled 
Roman Catholic priest and a lovely Quakeress and her 
son teach Margaret many lessons. 

*Oould, Joseph. The game of draughts: 
problems, critical positions, and eames 
containing sections, by Dr. Brown, Messrs. 
Drink water, F: Allen, and others; with 
special contributions from McCall, Parker, 
Willie Gardner, and others. [-4Zso] Se- 
lections from the best authors and com- 
posers, and notes on the positions; with an 
appendix cont. corrections and improve- 
ments of play; comp. by J. Richards Pen- 
zance. 2d ed. N. Y., F: Warne & Co., 
1894. 856 p. 18% cl., net, |l. [2163 

*Grand, Sarah, \p9eud,'\ The heavenly 
twins. New cheaper ed. N. Y., Cassell 
Pub. Co., 1894. 18+679 p. D. 12% pap., 50 c. 

*Greene, Rob. Green pastures: being choice 
extracts from [his] works, made by Alex- 
ander B. Grosart. Chic, A. C. McClurg 
& Co., [1894.] 16+173 p. fac-simile, 24% 
(Elizabethan lib.) cl., $1.25. [2165 

*Gunn, J. The sons of the vikings: an Orkney 
tale. N. Y., T: Nelson & Sons, 1894. 237 p. 
12% cl., $1. [2166 

Hal^vy, L: The Abb6 Constantin; il. bv 
Madeleine Lemaire. N. Y. and Chic, Rand, 
McNally& Co., 1894. 8-226 p. D. (Rialto 
ser., no. 17.) pap., 50 c [2167 

Helm, Flora. Between two forces: a record 
of a theory and a passion. Bost., Arena 
Pub. Co., 1894. c. 2+238 p. D. (Arena 
lib ser., no. ,38.) pap., 50 c. [2168 

Cecelia Honerick becomes an inmate of the Ren- 
cliffe household and a doily associate of Youood, the 
son of the house Sh(»*tly after this Cecelia Is forced 
to be a mediator between Rencliffe and her cousm 
Leitz, when Rencliffe seeks to cmivince her of her in- 
herent forces, and to use these in testing bis psycho- 
losrical theories. Loitz brings about the unexpected 
ending of a story that deals with the supernatural, 
and touches on the labor question. 

Hiltzheimer, Jacob. Extracts from the diary 
of Jacob Hiltzheimer of Philadelphia, 1765- 
1798; ed. by his great-grandson, Jacob Cox 
Parsons. Phil., Press of W: F. Fell & Co., 
1893 [1894.] 4-269 p. O. cl., $1.50; $2. 

Jacob Hiltzheimer was born at Mannheim on the 
Rhine, and in 1748, when nineteen years of age, came to 
Philadelphia. He soon became apprenticed to John 
Nagle. a silversmith on Front Streel. During the war 
for Independence he stuck by the Colonies. He held 
very important city positions for many years. He 
died of yellow fever in 1798. His daily record of thirty 
years aiiords evidence of the high esteem in which he 
was held by his fellow-citizens. 

Hobson, J: A. The evolution of modern 
capitalism: a study of machine production. 
N. Y., imported by C: Scribner Sons, 1894. 
154-388 p. D. (Contemporary science ser.) 
cl., $1.25. [2170 

Selecting the operation of modern machinery and 
motors for special attention, the author has sought to 
enforce a clearer recognition of organic unity, by 
dwelling upon the more material aspects of industrial 
change which mark off the last century and a half 
from all former industrial epoclis. In the final chap- 
ters be Indicates the chief bearings of the changes of 
ipdustrial structure upon a few of the deeper issues of 
social life, in particular upon the problem of the Indus- 

trial Town, and the posltiop of fwoman as an indus- 
trial competitor. The keynote of his claim la tb&t 
*• there is always room at the top." 

Holmef, Mrs, Mary J. Millbank; or, Rosrer 

Irving*s ward: a novel. N. Y., Q: AV. IMl- 

lingham, 1888 [1894.] c. 71. 4-402 p. D. 

(Madison sq. ser., no. 75.) pap., 25 c. [2171 

*Homer, [Ok, Homeros.] Iliad and Odyssey;. 

tr. by Alexander Pope; with notes and in- 

trod, by Rev. Theodore Alois Buckley; il. 

with Fiaxman's designs. N. Y., F: Warne 

& Co., 1894. 5+851 p. 12% (Albion poets.) 

cJ., 11.50. {Corr.price.) [2172 

♦Hornby, J: The eas engineer's laboratory 

handbook. N. Y., Spon & Chamberlain, 

1894. 16+804 p. il. 12% cl., $2.50. [2178 

♦Houston, Edwin James. Electricity one 

hundred years ago and to-day with copious 

extracts. N. Y., W. J. Johnston Co., 18JM. 

c. 199 p. il. 12% cl., $1. [2174 

Hubbard, Elbert. Forbes of Harvard . Bost., 

Arena Pub. Co., 1894. c. 8+327 p. D. 

(Arena lib. ser., no. 81.) pap., 50 c [2175 

Arthur Ripley Forbes belonged to the claaa of '53. 

It is claimed that the accompaQyiog volume is an 

orderly arrangemeDt of letters selected from a mass of 

correspondence that fell into the hands of Mr. Forbes* 

executor after his sad death. These letters brio^ the 

reader In touch with many of Ck>l. Forbes' conteinp<ra- 

ries. Among the writers of the letters are EdmuDd 

Hosmer, Marie Meredith, Honor Harold, who Uve4l in 

the home of Bronson Alcott, and many other noted 

Bostonians. Ralph Waldo Emerson is mentioned 

throughout a correspondence, which is in brief a reflex 

of the literary, religious, and social life of Boston in 

the early fifties 

Hutchison, Joseph C, M,D. Our wonderful 
bodies and how to take care of them: 3 
books. Bk. 1, for primary grades. Bk. 2, for 
intermediate and grammar grades. N. Y., 
Maynard, Merrill & Co., [1894.] c. 127; 
232 p. sq. S. (Hutchison's physiological ser., 
nos. 1 and 2.) cl., Bk 1, 80 c; B*k 2, 50 c. 

These two books are to teach young people the first 
rudiments of physiology and hygiene; they present in 
an attractive and simple manner the fundamental 
principles by which health is maintained; give an out- 
line sketch of anatomy and phvsiolcviry; the effects of 
stimulants and narcotics are carefully considered. 

^Illinois. Appellate cfs. Reports of cases, 
submitted at Oct., 1892, and Mar. and Oct., 

1893, terms of the first district, and at May 
and Dec, 1893, and May 1898, terms of the 
second district. V. 50, rep. by Martin L. 
Newell. Chic, Callaghan &Ck>., 1894. c. 
713 p. O. shp , $3.75. [2177 

Industries of Russia; [prepared] by the [Rus- 
sian] Department of Trade and Mantifact- 
ures Ministry of Finance, and the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture Ministry of Crown 
Domain for the World's Columbian Expo- 
sition at Chicago; editor of English tr., J: 
Martin Crawford. In 6 v. vT 1 and 2, 
Manufactures and trade. V. 8, Agriculture 
and forestry. V. 4, Mining and metallurgy. 
V. 5, Siberia and the great Siberian rail- 
way. St. Petersburg, 1898. N. Y., G: P. 
Putnam's Sons, [1894.1 54+280; 4 -+-281-^76; 
32+487; 9+97; 12-fmp. O. pap.,per scf, 
$6. [3178 

Johnston, W: Preston. My garden-walk. 
New Orleans, La., F. F Hansell & Bro., 

1894. c 183 p. D. cl., $1.26. [2179 
Poems and sonnet43. 

*Eear, J. A. The game of draughts; the 
most important matches from Anderson- 
Wyllie (1847) to the present time : remark- 

July »i, '94 \No. ii7j1 The Publishers' Weekly. 


able games and not°s. M.7so] Miscellane- 
ous ^mes, by Joseph Gould, to which is 
added an American section of matches, 
games, etc., by C: Hefter. N. Y., F: 
Warne & Co., 1894. 286 p. 18% cL, net, $1. 


*Kezia, (pseud,) Leaving the manse: a tale 
of the di<»ruption. N Y., T: Nelson & 
Sons, 1894. 128 p. 18', cl., 50 c. [2181 

♦I*acy, W: F. The better way: a tale. N. 
Y., T: Nelson & Sons, [1894] 312 p. 12% 
cl., $1. [2182 

Lang, Andrew. Cock lane and common 
sense. N. Y., Longmans, Green & Co., 
1894. 16+857+24 p. D. cl., $2.25. [2183 

laamed, Jo.-ephus Nelson. History for recuiy 
reference from the best historians, biogra- 
phers, and specialists; their own words in 
a complete system of history; extending 
to all countries and subjects and represent- 
ing the better and newer literature of his 
lory in the English lan^age, with histori- 
cal maps by Alan C. Reiley. In 5 v. V. 2, 
Eldorado to Greaves. Springfield, Mass., C. 
A. Nichols Co., 1894. 769-1564 p. maps, 4% 
cl., $5; buckram, $6; shp., $6; hf. mor., 
$7.50. r2l84 

The first volume was entered in P. W., "Weekly 

Record," April 14. [1059.] The arrangement of matter 

in the work ia primarily alphabetical and secondarily 

chronological . The wh yle is thorousrhly indexed and 

same alphabetical (H^er. The editor is now president 
of the American Library Association, and it Is to 
questions coming to him as a librarian that this stu- 

sndous coropllr " ' " ' ' " 

i origin. It is 

pendous compilation from thousands of volumes owes 
its origin. It is primarily a work for librarians. The 
book is a marvel of editorial labor. 

laeavitt, S: Our moaey wars: the example 
and warning of American finance. Bost., 
Arena Pub. Co., 1894. c. 11+819 p. D. 
(Arena lib. ser., no. 35.) pap., 50 c. [2185 
In sixteen chapters gives the story of American 
finance, covering the years from 1600 to 1893. The au- 
thor quotes the opinions of experts In finance on the 
various conditions that from time to time, first at 
longer and recently at shorter intervals, have brought 
about panics and uncertain markets. Under para- 
graph headings the vast array of facts are grouped 
in most condensed manner, making a valuable work 
of reference^classified chronologically. 

Lieonard, Arthur Glyn. The camel, its uses 
and management. N. Y., Longmans, 
Green & Co., 1894. 7-+-335 p. O. cl., $7. 

*MacArthur, Arthur. Biography of the 
English language. Wash., D. fc., W. H. 
Lowdermilk & Co., 1894. 417 p. 1?°, cl., 
$1.50. [2187 

McOrpcken, W. D. Romance Switzerland. 
Bost., Joseph Knight Co., 1894. c. 10 -h 
270p. sq. S. cl., 75 c. r21«8 

Contents: Geneva; The taming of Mount Blanc; 
Rousseau, Voltaire, and Madame de Sta)!! ; Brief biog- 
raphies: Calvin, De Saussure, Mallet-Dupan, SismoDOi, 
Topffer, Amiel« ajid Monnier; The tour of Lake Leman; 
Two vineyard towns of Vaud: Lausanne and Vevey; 
Oft the tourist track ; Neufchfttel; Swiss- American 
scientists: Pribourg and Romont; The land and castle 
of Gruzdre; In and out the Valals; Storming the 
Hatterhom; Locarno and Lugano; Chnr imd the En- 

McOraoken, W. D. Teutonic Switzerland. 

Bost., Joseph Knight Co., 1894. c. 6-+- 

816 p. sq. S. cl., 75 c. [2189 

Contents : Basel—Into the interior; Bern— The town 

of Thnn: Interlaken and its lakes; Railroads in the 

Oberlana; Summer pastures; Luzem; The cradle of 

the confederation; Three battlefields: Morgarten, 

Seinpaoh, and NKfels; Tracking the Tell legend; Alt- 

dorf; The landsgemeinden of Switzerland; Three an- 

cient abbeys: Englebersr, EInsiedeln. and St. Gallen; A 
lowland lake valley: ZUrich; The ancestral home of 
Habsburg; Some miniature capitals. 
♦Maclean, T: T. The royal English dictionary. 
New ed, N. Y., T: Nelson & S<mis, 1894. 
714 p. 12% cl., $1. [2190 

♦Main, D: M., ed, A treasury of English son- 
nets; ed. from the original sources, with 
notes. Providenoe, R. h^ H. Gkeeory, 
1894. il. por. 8% cl., $2.50. [2191 

Martin, W. W. The Epworth catechism of 
Christian doctrine as taught in Methodism. 
N. Y., Hunt & EatoD, 1894. c. '93. 113 p, 
D. pap., net, 20 c. [2192 

Gives the doctrines held by Methodists In m68t mi- 
nute detail in the form ofquestlous and answers to be 
used specially by the Epworth Leagues connected with 
the Methodist denomination. 
♦Maryland. Court of appeals. Reports of 
cases, J. Shaaf Stockett, st. rep. V. 77, 
cont. cases in Jan. and Apr. terms. 1898.. 
Bait., pr. by W: K. Boyle & Son, 1894. c. 
46+682 p. O. shp., $5. [219a 

Meneval, Claude - Francois (Baron) de. 
Memoirs illustrating the history of Napo- 
• leon I. , from 1802-1815 ; ed . by his grandson,. 
Baron Napoleon Joseph de Meneval; with 
pors. and autograph letters. In 3 v. V. 2, 
N. Y., D. Appleton, 1894. 8-+-484 p. O. cl., 
per vol,, $2. [2194 

See notice, " Weekly Record," P. W., July 7, [1171.] 
Bililler, Emily Huntington. Home talks 
about the word, for m others and children. 
N. Y., Hunt & Eaton, 1894. c. 5-286p. il. 
D. cl., $1. [2195 

Made up of papers first published in The Christian 
Union. They are based upon the International Sun- 
day-School leMons, but were intended for the house- 
hold rather than tbe class-room. 

^Minnesota. Supreme ct. Reports, v. 53; 

Apr.-June, 1893; C: C. Willson, rep. St. 

Paul, West Pub. Co., 1894. c. 16+600 p. 

O. shp., $2.75. [2196 

*Minton, Maurice M. Country lanes and city 

Savements : a novel. N. Y., American 
Tews Co., 1894. 416 p. 12% (Minton ser.) 
pap., 50 c. [2197 

Mitchell, Frank E., coni-p. and ed. How to 
succeed in life: valuable pointers for every 
one whose aim is to get out of life the best 
possible results. N. Y., Success Pub. Co., 
449 Grand St., [1894.] c. 8+181 p. D. 
pap., 35 c. [2198 

The author gives due importance to the factors of 
health, heredity, and environment. He then advises 
to study inclinations and talents, to be honest, upright, 
and self -cont rolled, to abstaiu from all liquors; to be 
cautious in speech, to avoid worry, shun evil compan- 
ions: "to marry a true woman, be a good husband, 
and have a home of your own." Quotes aptly from 
a wide range of authors. 

^Nebraska. Supreme ct. Citations of re- 
)orts, [v. 1-36.1 Dublin, Tex., National 
Citation Co., 1894. c. no. p. D. shp., $5. 


*N«w York. Supreme ct. Reports of cases, 
Marcus T. Hun, rep. V. 83, 1894; Hun, 76. 
N. Y. and Alb., Banks & Bros., [1894.J c. 
27+696 p. O. shp., $8. [2200 

♦Newton, W. W., D,D, A run through Rus- 
sia: a visit to Count Tolstoi. Hartford, Ct., 
The Student Pub. Co., 1894. 215 p. 12% cl., 
$1. [2201 

♦Northeastern reporter v. 36; cont. all the 
current decisions of the supreme courts of 
Mass., O., 111., Ind., appellate ct. of Ind., 



The Publishers' Weekly. 

[No, 1173] /uly2t^*g4 

and the court of appeals of N. Y. Perma- 
nent ed., F^b. 16-Mfcy 11, 1^94; with table 
, of northeastern cases In which rehearings 
have been denied; with tables of northeas- 
tern cases published in v. 147, 111. reports; 
6, Ind. appellate ct. reports; 159, Mass. ret* 
ports; 140 and 141, N. Y. reports. A table 
of statutes construed is given in the index. 
St. ^aul,. West- Pub* Ck>.. 1894. c. 16+ 
1171 p. O. (National reporter system, state 
ser.)shp., $3.50. [2202 

O'Neill, Moira. An Easter vacation. N. Y., 
, E. P. Dutton & Ck>., 1894. 2+274 p. D. 
ql., 11.25. [2203 

Luscomb in Deronshire is the scene. Michael Mac- 
marish and Faire Treyor, pupil and, master, going to 
the little wateriog: -place to help Mao recuperate from 

the effects of a dangerous illness, are invited to the 
house of Mrs. Forsvth, a relative of Michaers. 
sodes of this eventful visit make up the story. 

*Palmer, Julius A., /r. About mushrooms: a 
guide to the study of esculent and poison- 
ous fungi. Bost., Lee & Snepard, 1894* 
16+100 p. 13 pi. 8% cl., 12. [2204 

*Rand, Addison C. Uses of compressed air. 
N. Y., The New York Printing Co., [The 
Republic Press,] 14 Lafayette PL, 1894. 
134 p. il. 12% cl., $1. [2205 

Bousiers, Paul de. La science sociale: the 
French school of social science. Phila., 
American Acad, of Political and Social 
bcience, [1894.] 154 p. O. (Publications of 
the society, no. 112.) pap., 25 c. [2206 

Seven years ago a division took place in the school 
of social science founded by Le Fla}'. Th»* grounds of 
the division and the underlyiog causes whicn brought 
it about are concisely stated with the object of in- 
forming: the American public that the work undertak- 
en by Le Play is still continuing, although there has 
been some change in methods. 

*Sapte,W:, /r. Uncle's ^host: a chronicle of 
a three days' visit. N. Y., F; Warne & Co., 
1894. 8+246 p. 16% (Tavistock lib.) cl., 75 c 

Sawyer, B. F. David and Abigail. Bost., 
Arena Pub. Co., 1894. c. 3+360 p. D. 
(Arena lib. ser., no. 33.) pap., 50 c. [2208 
Scene is laid in the south during the exciting political 
campaign which ended in the election of James Buchan- 
an to the presidency. David is the son of Judge Wins- 
ton, a proud aristocrat who has fallen hopelessly in 
debt to Israel Hardie, a working farmer, who has be- 
come very rich. To straighten matters the latter 
offers his daughter Abigail to David in marriage. 
Upon their first meeting the ceremony takes pl&ce. 
The story tells the consequences. 

SchmoUer, Gustav. Idea of justice in politi- 
cal economy. Phil., American Acad, of 
Pohtical and Social Science, [1894.] 41 p. 
O. (PubUcations of the society, no. 118.J 
pap., 36 c. [2209 

The author explains that the idea of Justice has no 
Testing, determined existence on earth. As no penal 
law, no Judge is absolutely Just, so no establlsbea dis- 
tribution of property and incomes is altogether Just, 
hut every consecutive epoch of mankind has won a 
higher measure of Justice in this field. Great men are 
^hose who devote their services to the great moral 
ideas of humanity, and who on the field of economics 
succeed in advancing Juster institutions. Justice in 
political economy must always remain relative, but 
can always be worked for by the po^lve individual 
virtue^ of character and high ideals. ^ 

Selby, Rev, T: G., Macmillan, Hugh, D.J9., 
Hughes, Rev. Hugh, and others. Present- 
day preaching: sermons. N. Y., Wilbur B. 
Ketcham, [1894.] c. 4-96 p. O. cl., 75 c. 

Fourteen sermons origtnallv published in The 

Preachtr*9 Maacucine, The writers are Thomas G. 

Selby. Hugh Macmillan, Hugh Price Hughes, James 

Stalker. John Hall, Mark Guy Pearae, Robert F. Hor- 
ton, William M. Sinclair, Joseph Parker, Joseph Berry, 
H. C. G. Moule, F. W. Farrar, aod A. M. Fairbaim. 

Selected hymns and tunes from the '^Metho- 
dist hymnal," the " Epworth hymnal,** nos. 
1 and 2, and ** Imperial son^.** N. Y., 
Hunt & Eaton, 1894. 64 p. sq. D. pap., 10 c 

Sharpe, Reginatd R. London and the king- 
dom: a history dei*lved' tiiainly from the 
archives at CKiildh^ in the custody of the 
corporation of the city of London; printed 
by order of the corporation under the direc- 
tion of the library committee. In'8 v. V. 1. 
N. Y., Longmans, Green & Co., 1894. 15 -h 
566 p. 1 fac-siiuile, il. O. cl., $3.50. [2212 
*Smith, Margaret Vowel I. The governors 
of Virginia: a brief review of the discovery 
of the continent of North America; ivith a 
history of the executives of the colonv aod 
of the commonwealth of Virginia. Wash., 
D. C, W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., 1894. 
457 p. il. 8% cl., $2.50. [2213 

*Smith, Roderick H. The silver question 
settled by enactment into law of a pro- 
posed bill to establish a gold currency and 
a silver currency on a basis of interchange- 
able value. N. Y., The Baker & Taylor 
Co., [1894.] 8*, pap., 50 c. [2214 

Smithdeal, G. H. English grammar, spelling, 
and letter writing, for use in business col- 
leges, academies, public and private schools. 
Richmond, Va., J. W. Randolph & Co., 
[1894.] c. 214 p. D. cl., $1. [2215 

*Snydenstricker, H. M. The epic of the 
Orient. Hartford, Ct., The Student Pub- 
lishing Co., 1894. 115 p. 12% cl., 75c. [2216 
Southworth, Mrs, E. D. E. N. Cruel as the 
grave: a novel. N. Y., G: W. Dillingham, 
1893 [1894.] c. '88. 3-372 p. D. (IHlling- 
ham's home ser., no. 19.) pap., 25c. [2217 
Taube, Gustav Genrychowitch {Baron), 
Countess Janina: an historical novel from 
Russian life. N. Y., G: W. Dillingham, 
1894. c. 10+609 p. D. pap., 50 c. [2218 
Founded on the series of riots and plotted upnsinirs 
of the Poles against the Russians that occurred about 
1K61-t). The Countess Janina is the Polish wife of a 
Russian nobleman, who becomes tra^cally involred 
in the patriotic conspiracies of her kinsfolk. The 
scene is Polish or Russian throughout, as are the 
characters, and the story is an iavolved succession of 
plota and counterplots. 

Thompson, Annie. A moral dilemma : a 
novel. N. Y., Longmans, Green & Co., 
1894. 2H-812 p. D. (Longmans' pap. lib., 
no. 5.) pap. 5o c. [2219 

See notice, •* Weekly Record,'* P. W., January fl, 

1898, [1096.] 

Thompson, R. W. The footprints of the 

Jesuits. Cin., O., Cranston oc Curts, 1894. 

c. 509 p. por. O. cl., $1.75. [2^20 

The author, who Is ex-secretary of the navy, does 

XK>t criticise or explain the peculiar tenets of the fol« 

lowers of Lovola, out writes wholly as a patriot In the 

defence of the institutions of his own country and as a 

statesman In defence of civil liberty 

which he claims is imperilled by the yery existence of 
the Society of Jesus in any land. The Jesuits teach 
that the state must be reunited with the dhulrch as a 
reli^ous doctrme necessary to salvation* alhd thlsThe 
thinks, preached to ignorant people entrusted with a 
vote is against the best good of any nation. 

Titterington, Sophie Bronson. A sunmier 
brother. Phil., American Baptist Pub. 
Soc., [1894.] c. 192 p. il. S. d., 90 c 

The scene is NeWj^oglagcJ. ^^my Riggs, the hero 

July 21,'^^ [No. 1173J 

The Publishers' Weekly. 


of th« Btocy. is the son of a drimkArd, who tries to re- 
deem his fMner from the vice of Intemperance in ac- 
oordance with a promise given his dying mother. 
Altliough the story conveys a strong lesson for the in- 
temperate its real porpoee is to Interest readers tnthe 
Fresh Air Fund For this the history of Tonuny Riggs* 
visit to the Thomdale, and the incidents surrounding 
his adoption by Tlieodore Thorn as ** a summer brotl»> 
«r'' are told. 

Trevert, E: How to build dynamo-electric 
. .machinery, em,braciiig (theory .dqaigning 
and the con^^ructipa ^ dynamos an4 mo- 
tors; with appendices on field -magnet and 
armature wmding, management of dyna- 
nK>6 and motors, and useful tables of wire 
guages. Lynn, Mass., Bubier Pub. Ck>., 
1894. c. »-389 p. il. O. cl., |2.50. [2222 
United States. War Department, Surgeon- 
General's office. Inaex catalogue of the 
library of the Surgeon-OeneraPs office; au- 
thors and subjects. V. 15, Universidad- 
Vzoroff. Wash., D. C, Government 
Printing Office, 1894. 12+848 p. Q. cl., $5. 


Vanghn. Mrs, Kate. Yet she loved him. 

[^^j Jephtha's daughter, by Julia Ma- 

gruder; il. by Warren B. Davis. N. Y., 

Rob. Bonner's Sons. [1894.] c. '90, '94. 4- 

389 p. D. (Led^^er lib., no. 112.) cl., *1.25; 

pap., 50 c. [2224 

Captain St. John, a scheming Englishman, after 

malcing a mMUiance^ strives to rid himself of his low- 

bn^ wife, that he may marry a woman of ranlc and 

fortune. The means he uses to attain this end brings 

in a series of surprisine and tragic incidents with a 

surprising climax. Included in the Tolume is a story 

iounded on a well-known episode in Hebrew history. 

♦Walrond, Dorothy. Mopsie: the story of a 
London waif. N. Y., T: Nelson & Sons, 
1894. 191 p. 12% cl., 60 c. 2225 

Walton, Alice. The cult of Asklepios. Bost., 
Ginn & Ck)., 1894. 8+186 p. O. (Cornell 
studies in classical philology, no. 3.) bds., 
$1.25. [2226 

No one has yet attempted a general descriptive 
treatment of the cult as a whole. The author aims to 
^ve in narrative form the results obtained by a care- 
ulcompcurison of material from the dUTerent locali 
ties, and also to show by means of indexes what ma* 
terial is used. The arrangement is topical and as far 
as possible chronological. Index of allusions to As- 
klepios and hU cult in Greek and Latin inscriptions and 
one of localities in which the cult is known to liave ex- 
isted. BibUography (8 p.). 

Ward, Lester F. Political ethics of Herbert 
Spencer. Phil*, American Acad, of Politi- 
cal and Social Science, [1894.] 91-127 p. 
O. (E^iblications of the society, no. 111.) 
pap., 86 c. [2227 

A review of Herbert Spencer^s "Principles of 


*Webb, S: Blachley. Correspondence and 
journals; coll. and ed. by Worthington C. 
Ford. In 8 v. V. 1 and 2. N. Y., Charles 
H. Burnett, 51 East 44th St., 1894. 80-f 
422 ; 28+441 p. il. O. hf. mor., per set, 
$25. [£d. limited to 850 copies.] [2228- 


*Weed, Clarence M. Fungi and fungicides: a 

Sractical manual concerning the fungous 
iseases of cultivated plants and the means 
of preventing their ravages. N. Y., Orange 
Judd Co., 1^ 322 p. il. 12", cl., $1; pap., 
5a a [2229 

♦Willey, W. P. Procedure in the common 
law actions, in equity, and in the extraord- 
inary remedies, exemplified* by the plead- 
ings; forms for all actions at law and 
equity, and for clerk's entries. Procedure 
in habeas corpus, mandamus, certiorari, and 
injunctions. Chic, T. H. Flood & Co., 
1894. c. 18^152 p. O. hf. shp., net, «2. 


Willis, Oliver R. A practical flora: for 
schools and colleges. N. Y., American 
Book Co., [1894.] c. 16-1-849 p. D. cl., 
$1.50. 2231 

Desired specially to show the practical aspects of 
the vegetable world and its relation to the needs of 
every-day life. Includes a careful selection of the 
most important food producing^ trees, shrubs, herbs, 
including: ornamental plants, fruits, roots, meUicinal 
plants and those which furnish oils, dyes, lumber, 
textile fabrics, etc , an account of their geographical 
range, the origin of their name, their nisUM'y, and 
many statistics of economical and commercial inter- 
est. Glossary index. The author is instructor in N. Y. 
Military Academy. 

* Willis the pilot; or, the after adventures 

of the Swifts family Robinson. New ed, 
N. Y., F: Warne & Co., 1894. il. 12% cL, 
reduced to 160, [2232 

Winter, J: Strange, [pseud, for Jfr«.H. E. V. 
Stannard.J Every inch a soldier. Phil., 
The J. B. Lippincott Co., 1894. c. 282 p. 
D (Lippincott's ser. of select novels, no 
160.) cl., $1.; pap., 50 c. [2288 

The plot turns upon the trial and conviction of an 
innocent man for murder. The hero is a young offi- 
cer in the ;£nglish army. An innocent young girl, who 
has become infatuated with him, compromises herself 
by going to his rooms in barracks to ask his advice in 
a desperate strait; he reproaches her for her reckless- 
ness, and she leaves him in anger, and disappears com- 
pletely from the scene. There are scenes from stage 
life and London literary life. 

Women's (The) conquest of New York, by A 
member of the committee of safety of 
1908. N.Y., Harper, 1968 [1894.] c. 2-+- 
84 p. S. (Harper*s Franklin sq. lib.) pap., 
25 c. [2284 

The sub-title describes this as** an account of t^e 
rise and profrress of the Woman's Rights Movement; 
of the grant of female suffrage; of the formation of 
the Area League; of the capture by the women voters 
of the government of the city of New York by the 
election as mayoress of Bridget O'Dowd; and of the 
season of femtue despotism which thereafter ensued, 
and which was ended by an appeal to primitive natu- 
ral law." A humorous 6rocfturc, showing *' that power 
without strength " is and ever must be an impossibility. 

* Woodward, J: A treatise on ecclesiastical 

heraldry. N. Y., The Christian Literature 
Co., 1894. 12% cl., $10. [2285 


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Basket (The) of flowers 50 

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Wolrond, Mopsle : the story of a London 

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JULY 21, 1894. 

The eflitor does n^t^ hold himeell reepontihle for the. 
Tiews ex pressed in Contributed articles or communicatiodi^ 

All instter«^whether for the reading-matter colttmns or 
adTertisinrpages, should reach this office not later than 
Wednesday noon, to insure insertion in the same week's 

B00ks/0r ike ** Wttkfy Bie^rd,"^ «/ well mt mil in/or^ 
Nation intended /tr thai de/mrtmtnt^ mutt rem€h this 
•ffict lt% Tuesday mtpruiug 0/ each meek. 

"/ hold every man a debtor to kis profession, 
from the wAicA, as men do of course seeh to re* 
ceive eounttnanee and profit^ so ougAt tAey of dtUy 
to endeavor tAemselves by way of amends to be a 
help and an ornament tAereunto" — LORD BACON. 

The Circulating Library.— V. 

Those adopting the charging system, which 
we shall describe further on, will affix a dating- 
slip (about 3)^ z 6 inches) at the end of the vol 
ume, on which may be printed the following: 

This book may be kept 


Please notice the dates below. A fine of two cbnts 
per day will be imposed for every book kept after the 
latter date.* 

Taken Je. 20 Due Jl. 6 
Ta en 0. 21 Due N. 4 
Re ewed N. 5 Due N 19 

* On the blank portion of the dating-sKp should be 
stamped or written the date on which the book i« taken 
and the date that it is due, also the renewals. 

The boolcs chosen, covered, numbered, and 
shelved may now be catalogued. Whether the 
catalogue be elaborate and well printed or in- 
differently made and poorly printed the neces- 
sity for having a catalogue will be apparent 

without much argument. The propiHetor of a 
successful circulating libraiy in a large emscero 
city once replied to the question whether his 
experience proved that it was a paying iovest* 
ment to circulate elaborate catalogues: *' It la 
as essential to have printed first-class cata* 
logues for a library as it is to have shelves for 
the books. Every three yeai^s I expend about 
three hundred dollar^ on catalogues, and I 
would not do so If it did not pay me. I get a 
first-class advertisement into the homes of the 
best readinj^ people in my neighborhood, and 
the advantage of it all Is, that my advertisement 
is always there. lo this caulogue I have fonr 
pages of advertisements booming my stationery 
and retail book business." 

His catalogue, of some 4000 volumes, is a neat 
twelvendb of about ninety pages, printed fron» 
moderately large type on eighty-pound paper. 
An edition of 5000 copies costs him, he claims, 
about $300, once every three years. Every 
fall and spring he distributes about 1000 copies 
among the residents in the locality of his busi- 
ness. Four of his catalogues he has bound in 
good flexible binding for reference in the library. 
From time to time — perhaps once a year, cer- 
tainly at a no longer interval--the accessions 
should be issued as a supplement to the cata- 
logue. The catalogue should be carefully made 
and condensed so as to bring each title and num- 
ber within one line. Though this may seem a 
difficult matter to the beginner a st«idy of cata- 
logues and a little experience will prove the 
practicability of such a course. 

As to the terms of loaning books. It seems to 
be that two cents per day or ten cents per week 
is the average rate. Some, at one time or an* 
other anxious to offer extra inducements to 
prospective subscribers, adopt a season-ticket 
method, but are certain in time to discard it, be- 
cause such a system leads to abuses, and will 
be found less remunerative than the daily or 
weekly rate. There seems, however, to be 
quite a diversity of opinion in regard to lend- 
ing books with or without a deposit. The ma- 
jority of those who have tried both methods 
we find, as a rule, adhere to the latter^ but 
reserve the right to enforce the deposit rule 
where parties live at a distance or appear 
not to be responsible. We suppose that with 
the best of care some losses will occur, but with 
ordinary precaution the percentage need not be 
greater than in other lines of business. The 
librarian should strictly adhere to the rale to 
look over the slips of books loaned every week, 
to make a list of all the delinquent borrowers 
and to send postals asking immediate return of 
all books kept out longer than the time specified. 
After waiting another week a messenger should 
be sent in search for the books not returned. 

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The PubUskers* Weekly. 


System ai^^ care in this particular will save 
trouble and loss. The librarian should have a 
toler^l)|jK good acquaintance with his borrowers, 
and so be able to decide which of them need 
watching and which do not. If he is a judge of 
human nature, he will, as a rule, probably have 
li'tle difficulty, and very rarely lose a^ book. 
Experience will teach that "where books are 
loaned without a deposit* it is not policy to p\y 
high prices for them, except in rare cases. Of 
course, new books must be paid for at regular 
wholesale rates, but very often there can be 
found in the second-hand book-stores of large 
cities serviceable books at one-third or one- 
fourth the cost of new ones. 

{To be continued,) 

Ths Trade List Annual is in active prep- 
aration, and we call special attention once more 
to the necessity for at once shipping (he cata- 
logues to be included, and sending orders for the 
volume as soon as possible. The Annual prom- 
ises to be more representative than ever before, 
and all that we can add to make it wholly useful 
throughout the year will be found in its pages. 
Booksellers throughout the country urge the 
importance of getting their copies at the very 
beginning of Fall trade. We respectfully sub- 
mit their request to the publishers, on whose 
promptness all our wotk depends. 


Decision in the suit of Harper & Brothers vs. 
Edgar S. Werner: Judge Lincoln, in the United 
States Circuit Court, issued a perpetual injunc- 
tion restraining Edgar S. Werner from publish- 
ing extracts from or infringing on the copyright 
held by General Lew Wallace on *' Ben-Hur: a 
ule of the Christ." 

Mr. Werner, in answering the complaint, made 
some very novel statements regarding bis ideas 
of the original authorship of •* Ben-Hur." He 
stated that he ne^er heard of Harper & Brothers, 
who published " Ben-Hur," and that he thought 
some one other than General Wallace originated 
the character of *' Ben-Hur," Judge Lacorobe's 
decision lawfully establishes that General Wal- 
lace did create " Ben-Hur.** 


It has been the practice of some publishers of 
trade and other publications of the second-class 
to send by mail, at pound rates, copies of their 
publications addressed to delegates to the con- 
ventions of various trades and professions that 
are frequently held at points convenient for that 

The Post-Office Department has decided that 
such copies not being sent out in fulfilment of 
subscriptions and not coming within the defini- 
tion of sample copies, as given by the postal 
laws and regulations, are subject to the four- 
ounce rate of postage, which must be prepaid by 
stamps affixed. 


Asotrr forty of the preferred stockholders of 
the Trow Directory Printing and Bookbinding 
Co^ of New York City, met at the Astor House 
on the 10th in^t., to protest against the alleged 
mismanagement of the company's affairs. The 
meeting was called by Howard J. Forker, R. 
V, Gibson and Philip. Hathaway. Mr., Hatha- 
way advocated an investigation into affairs, and 
declared that the company's expenses had in- 
creased from $50,000 to $70,000 a year, while 
the annual profits bad decreased from $90,000 |o 
almost nothing. It was also said that the. 
officers of the company all drew excessive 
salaries and returned practically no service for 
them. The officers were not represented at the 
meeting, but Mr. Hopkins, the treasurer, sent a 
letter which was read and ridiculed. In it he 
said the officers of the company courted the 
fullest investigation by the stockholders. 
Messrs. Forker, Gibson, and Hathaway were 
appointed a committee of investigation, and 
they were given proxies by all the stockholders- 

The annual meeting of the Trow Directory 
Printing and Bookbinding Company was held in 
Jersey City, on July 17, because the company is 
incorporated under the laws of New Jersey. S» 
V. White was selected to preside and W. H. 
Bates was chosen secretary. Fifty-eight men 
and two women attended the meeting, represent- 
ing all the 1 5,000 shares of stock. 

Robert W. Smith, president of the company, 
submitted a report showing that the concern is 
rapidly getting out of the dlfikulties in which It 
was involved by the failure of the United States 
Book Company, which was a debtor of the Trow 
Company to the extent of $200,000. He admitted 
that it had been necessarv to pass six quarterly 
dividends, but the debt of the concern has been 
reduced $coooo and the floating liabilities do 
not exceed $7500. 

Franklin W. Hopkins, treasurer, subnnitted a 
similiar report, but could not give financial 
statistics, as the fiscal year does not close until 
July 31. These will be submitted at a meeting 
to be held on August 28. Mr. Hopkins called 
attention to the malicious attacks which had been 
made upon the company and its managrme nt, 
and asked that a committee be appointed to in- 
vestigate the company's affairs. After some 
discussion he offered a resolution that Howard 
J. Forker, Philip Hathaway, Robert W. Gibson, 
Sidell Tilghmann, and S. V. White be appointed 
a committee to investigate the company's affairs 
in accordance with the suggestion made in his 
report. An amendment that the committee be 
empowered to employ experts if necessary was 

A resolution was adopted instructing the 
board of directors to investigate from whence 
the injurious statement recently published had 
emanated, and if it came from a person actuated 
by malice the directors were instructed to prose- 
cute the offender. The resolution is aimed at 
ex- treasurer Lange, who, it is intimated, has 
fomented all the trouble. 

The treasurer of the Trow Compar.y pr'or to 
1892 was Edward Lange. and he was also treas- 
urer of the Book Company. The directors passed 
a resolution giving the United States Bcok Com- 
pany credit up to tico oco. and Lange, without 
authority, extended it to $165^000. The Trow 

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Coxnpaay's directors then fixed the limit at 
$165,000, and ordered that no more credit should 
be given, but Lange permitted the Book Company 
to pile up its indebtedness until it reached $200,- 
000. It was then that the crash came. The 
directors of the Trow Company removed Lange. 
Then the Book Company failed to meet its notes 
and went into the hands of a receiver. This 
embarrassed the Trow Company and was the 
cause of all the trouble. It is alleged that 
Lange has fomented the present opposition to 
the company, and that he is backed by W. C. 
Taylor, Philip Hathaway, and a few other 

Mr. Hathaway asked some leading questions 
which were answered satisfactorily. The salary 
list has been reduced and also the running ex- 
penses as far as possible. Before the discussion 
closed nearly everybody was satisfied. 

Mr. Niemann, who was in the opposition, pre- 
sented this premable and resolution: 

Wksrbas, Certain statements injurious to this com. 
pany purporting to emanate from certain stockholders 
have fately been given wide publiciiy, and appear to be 
false and unfounded ; 

Rtsolvedy That the board of directors investigate all 
such statements, with a view to ascertaininjf their 
origin, and particularly whether they emanated from any 
competitor of this company, or from any person formerly 
connected with its management, and that if such state- 
ments or any of them be deemed malicious it shall be the 
duty of the board of directors to take all proper steps to 
hold the guilty parties to a strict legal accountability. 

Chairman White and others objected to the 
resolution, suggesting that it might have the 
effect ot disturbing the existing harmony, but it 
was adopted. The present directors were re- 
elected, receiving 13,651 votes. They are Rob- 
ert W. Smith. William H. Bates, Franklin W. 
Hopkins, G, P. Morosini, M. R. Lawrence, S. 
D. Page, and E. M. Barnes. 

There was an opposition ticket, but it received 
only 1.196 votes. 

It bad been fully expected that there would be 
much disagreeable feeling manifested sit this 
meeting, but the officers were so courteous and 
so willing to impart desired information, that all 
ended most satisfactorily. 

The original Trow concern was founded in 
1786. and it is one of the oldest established 
business enterprises in America, and one that 
has always been more or less directly connected 
with the publishing trade of New York. Its 
monopoly of printing the city directory for the 
metropolis, which its experience and plant have 
assured against all competitors, is very valu- 
able. Three years ago the company that pre- 
ceded the present organization was, in Wall 
Street parlance, " promoted" into a stock 

The prospectus was issued July 14, i8qi. 
The promoters were Horace K. Thurber, 
Edward Lange. and Robert W. Smith. There 
were 2500 shares of common stock and 7^00 
shares cumulative preferred stock on which was 
guaranteed 8 per cent, interest each issue, rep- 
resenting $750,000, so that the whole stock was 
$1,500,000. The prospectus was worded in the 
most effective style of the accomplished adver- 
tisement writer, but through a layer of conser- 
vatism shone a faint glow that proved very 
attractive to the persons open at that time to 
inducements to invest. The present officers are : 
President, R. W. Smith: vice-president, S. D. 
Page; treasurer, F. W. Hopkins, and secretary, 
W. H. Bates. 


The third annual meeting of the Northwestern 
Booksellers' and Newsdealers' Association met 
at the West Hotel in Minneapolis, Minn., July 
10, at 2 P.M. 

President McNIfi opened the meeting. 

The reading of minutes of last annual meeting 
was dispensed with.^s tliey had been printed 
and were in the hands of the members, and on 
motion, they were properly approved. Mr. 
Rayroer, in reviewing the past work of the As- 
sociation, spoke of the difliculties of getting up 
the ''Handbook;" also the great trouble he 
had had with the work of the Association In the 
continual demand of the trade to know bow 
they are to be individually benefited by the As- 
sociation. The next order of business was the 
reception of application for membership; twenty- 
three members were voted in. Several com- 
munications from booksellers, newsdealers, and 
publishers were read, acted upon, and properly 
disposed of. The treasurers and secretary's 
reports show amount received for admission fies 
and dues, $78.90; from other sources, $123; 
expenditure, $150.85; showing a balance in the 
treasury, $50.05. Several interesting discussions 
took place, and the following resolutions were 
presented : 

Whereas, Many of the leading publishing 
houses of the country ate adopting the practice 
of not only selling direct to retail customers, 
but also giving a discount which the bookseller 
cannot afford to meet, thus cutting into the local 
trade to such an extent as to seriously interfere 
with the business of, and in some cases to drive 
out, the local dealer; 

Therefore^ be it Resolved, That the secretary 
be instructed to ascertain, as far as possible, 
the names of the violators of this trade courtesy 
and take such steps in the matter as the board of 
directors may advise. 

Whereas, Neatly all of the publishers of the 
United States are now publishing copyright books 
at the same price as they were fifteen years ago. 
when in this day and time, it is a well known 
fact, that the cost of production has been ma- 
terially reduced, and that the public cannot be 
convinced that a copyright makes a book worth 
fifty per cent. more, and cannot see why books 
should not be reduced the same as all other ar- 
ticles of merchandise, and that in this matter the 
retail dealer must suffer, inasmuch as he must 
give such discounts on copyiight bcoks as to 
make it next to impossible to make even a small 
profit on such stocks; 

Therefore, be it Resolved, That it is the sense 
of this Association that the prices on copyright 
books are extortionate, and the secretary is 
hereby instructed to send a copy of this resolu- 
tion to the publishers, request an answer and 
opinions, to act upon by the board of directors. 

The committee on resolutions offered the fol- 
lowing : 

Whrrras. Many newspapers, story-papers. and 
magazines are using the *' coupon scheme" for 
increasing their circulation, using in many in^ 
stances books (or that purpose, which is in di- 
rect competition with the booksellers and news- 
dealers, and entirely out of reason, on the part 
of the periodical publishers: 

Therefore, be it Resolved, That the Northwest- 
ern Booksellers' and Newsdealers' Association. 

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in annual meeting assembled, do hereby express 
themselves as disproving all such schemes, and 
ask the publishers to discontinue the same and 
ask the members of the Association, and book 
and news trade in general, to assist in regulating 
such matters, and advertisers in all branches of 
business to ^tand by the book and news trade in' 
this matter. 

Whereas, Many of the publishers of periodi- 
cals are offering such *' club dates'' as to bring 
the prices as loW a^ wholesale prices, to con- 
stimers of their magazines, and in some cases 
«ven less, and io many ways abusing the busi- 
ness already worked up for tbem by the news 
trade, by canvassing his territory with club and 
premium offers (or yearly subscriptions, thus 
cutting into the trade that the newsdealers have 
worked up for periodicals. 

Therefore, be it Resolved , That this Association 
do hereby express their disfavor of all such 
schemes and ask the publishers to discontinue 
the same and the books and news trade to watch 
such schemes and report them to the secretary 
of the Association, who is instructed to lay the 
matter before the grievance committee for action. 

The secretary presented a sample page from 
the account and receipt book of the Thoms* News 
Depot, of Mankato. Minn., which, after having 
been passed around among members, was highly 
recommended as being a handy and neat scheme 
ior keeping periodical accounts. 

The next business was the election of officers, 
"which read In the following : Alex. McNie, of 
Winona, president ; F. W. Iddings. of Grand 
Forks, N. Dak., vice-president ; Chas. D. Ray- 
>mer. of Minneapolis, Minn., secretary ; Geo. W. 
Sayre, of Minneapolis, Minn., treasurer. 

Board of Directors : Ed. Ackerman, of New 
Tork; C. E. Musser, Mankato; A. Isaacson. St. 
Paul, Minn.; N. McCarthy, E. P. Parcher, C. D. 
V^bitall, and S. M. Williams. Minneapolis. 

Chas. D. Raymer. Minneapolis ; D. D. Mer- 
rill, St. Paul; and E. E. Farns worth. Winfield. 
Kan. , were elected to act as a grievance com- 

The following were appointed as delegates to 
attend the meeting of the National Association 
of Newsdealers, Booksellers, and Stationers of 
the United States, which meets in New York 
August 15: Chas. D. Ravmer, C. D. Whitall. S. 
M. Williams, Minneapolis; Alex. McNie, Wino- 
na; F. W. Iddings, Grand Forks. 

AUer which the Association adjourned to meet 
at call of board of directors. 


The National Wall Paper Company, which 
Is in almost entire possession of the wall-paper 
business, was organized two years ago as a 
New York corporation. It is capitalized at 
^38,000.000. The Campbell Company occupied 
a mammoth establishment at 540 West Forty- 
second Street until last summer, when it was 
burned out, and it now has a factory at the foot 
of West Twenty-fourth Street. For two years 
it has absolutely refused to join the National 
Paper Company, and some brilliant offer must 
have been made to make it change its position. 
The details of the transaction are not given. 
The retirement of the Campbell Company will 
influence the wall-paper business throughout the 

George Rex Graham, the ioyxn^txoi Grahams 
Ma^asine^ died on the 13th inst., in the Orang« 
Memorial Hospital, Orange, N. J., of which he . 
bad been an inmate for five years. Mr. Graham 
was born in Philadelphia. January 18, 1813. and 
when a boy learned the trade ol a cabinet-maker. 
Devoting his spare hours to study he qualified 
himself for the bar, and subsequently became the 
editor of the Saturday Evening Post, of Phila- 
delphia. In 1841 he united The Gentlemen's 
Maganne and Atkinson*s Casket and formed 
Graham's Magazine, whic h for many years there- 
after was known as the best magazine of its kind 
published in (he United States. Under his man- 
agement the magazine attained a very large cir- 
culation. Its contributors included William 
Cullen Bryant, James Fenimore Cooper, Edgar 
Allan Poe, Bayard Taylor, Henry W. Longfel- 
low, James Rnssell Lowell, John G. Saxe, E. P. 
Whipple, William Devoe. Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, 
N. P. Willis, Thomas Dunn English, and others. 
Charles J. Peterson was associated with Mr. 
Graham for a while, but withdrew to start 
Peterson's Magazine. So much prosperity at- 
tended Graham's Magazine that its proprietor 
was induced to extend his sphere as a publisher. 
He accordingly purchased, in 1846-7, The Phila- 
delphia North American and The United States 
Gazette^ two rather languishing publications, and 
merged the two in one strong publication. Mr. 
Graham became so prosperous that he was 
known as a capitalist worth a quarter of a million 
dollars at least. It was just here that Mr. Graham's 
prosperity culminated. He disposed of his in- 
terest in The North American and entered into 
stock speculations, and it was not very Icng be- 
fore the literary man was inveigled into a bogus 
^tock operation in which he lost nearly every- 
thing. Soon afterward he came to New York 
and continued his financial misfortunes in Wall 
Street. Then he went to Newark, N. J., where 
he became editor of The Newark Journal, which 
he continued to conduct until failing eyesight 
and health compelled him to desist from all work. 
At one time he became quite blind from catar- 
acts on both eyes. These were removed by 
skilful operation in the New York Ophthalmic 
Hospital, but he had not ol late years been able 
to do much work with his pen, and had remained 
dependent somewhat upon the kind offices of his 
former partner, Charles J. Peterson, who was 
liberally assisted by the late George W. Childs. 
Longfellow's ** The Spanish Student " appeared 
for the first time in the pages of Graham's Maga- 
zine ; **Nuremburg" appeared in June, 1844. 
Other important contributions to it were 
"Childhood." "Belfry of Burges." "The Ar- 
senal at Springfield," and •' Dante's Divina Com- 
media," which was published in June, 1850. Poe 
contributed ** The Murders of the Rue Morgue," 
"Orion," "Dreamland." "To Helen," " Isra- 
fel," "A Few Words About Brainard." " Life in 
Death," and " The Canker Worm." Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's "Twice-Told Tales " and "The 
Earth's Holocaust " appeared in May, 1844. 

Sir Austen Henry La yard, the famous ex- 
plorer and archaeologist, died in London on the 
5th inst.. aged 77 years. Among his writings 
are " Nineveh and Its Remains," " Monuments 
of Nineveh," and an edition of Kugler's ** His- 
tory of Italian Painting." ^"^^^^1^ 
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Public Opinion l^as just sent odt an attractive 
plate containing the portraits of over fifty of its 
j&rincipal contributors — nearly all of them being 
men now 'prominent in American letters. 

Octave Uzannb has prepared for the August 
Scribmr a paper entitled *' The End of Books : 
a bibliaphUe's look into the future." It will 
be accompftoied by illustrations by A. Robida. 

McCluris Magazine for August has among its 
attractions ** My First Book," by A. Conan 
Dioyle, and a criticism of Professor Drummond's 
** A^c^nt of Man." by Washington Gladden. 
The ^ human documents " of this issue are a 
series of portraits of Louise Chandler Moul- 
ton and James A. Garfield. 

The issue of The Independent for August 3, 
will be the Educational Number. The Inde- 
pendent has for some time followed the plan of 
taking up for the first issue of every month an 
Important timely subject, and treating It exhaus- 
tively by means of articles from writers acknowl- 
edged as authorities on the subject in band. 

Codecs Magazine for July contains an article 
on* "The Authors* Club." by Gilson Willetts— 
showing portraits of Richard Watson Gilder, 
William Dean Howells, H. H. Boyesen, Arthur 
Sherburne Hardy, Alexander Black, Duffield Os- 
borne, Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, Rossi ter 
Johnson, Julius Chambers, W. J. Henderson. Al- 
lan J. Conant, Hamilton W. Mabie, Parke God- 
win, and Theodore L. De Vinne. 

The Nineteenth CV#»/«r>' (Leonard Scott Pub- 
lishing Co.) for July has an article by Frederic 
Hatrison on " The Centenary of Edward Gib- 
bon," describing •• The Decline and Fall of the 
Roman Empire " as the most perfect book that 
English prose (outside its fiction) possesses, 
meaning by •* book" a work perfect in design, 
symmetrical, complete, final, and executed from 
beginning to end with the same mastery in one 
uniform plan. 

Our old, and otherwise reliable friend, the 
Beacon ^ of Boston, nods when it says the Chap 
Booh is a children's periodical, not the adver- 
tising medium of some new kind of salve, as 
might be supposed." The Chap Book^ though 
young, is not by any means a children's periodi- 
cal as those will find who will take the trouble to 
send to Stone & Kimball, of Cambridge, Mass., 
for a sample copy. They will find it a bright and 
clever little journal, a sort of literary free lance, 
for persons of the highest culture. 


The Booh- Lover* 5 Leaflet is the title of a new 
four-page circular issued by Harry Gregory, 167 
Westminster St., Providence, R. I., describing 
in attractive paragraphs the old and new books 
for sale by him. 

The Quarterly Bulletin of the Boston Public 
Library, dated July, 1894, contains a timely bib- 
liography of works on Hygiene — personal and 
public ; also, a continuation of the third and en- 
larged edition of ** A Chronological Index to 
Historical Fiction," and a fac-simile of the Free- 
man's oath, with an explanation and transcrip- 
tion. (New ser., v. 5, no. 2, 52-192 p. -h pi. 
subs. $1 per year.) 


Chatto & WiNDUS will publish a translation 
by Ernest Vizetelly, of Zola's '* Lourdes," which, 
is just ready in France. 

, The Aldine Clijb opened Its new club-house- 
at 75 Fifth Avenue. New York, on the evening of 
the I2(h inst., by tendering an informal recep- 
tion anc) house warming to its members and 
friend's. ' , . " 

T. Y. CitoWRLL & do. have in press a com- 
plete edition of the poetical works of Sir Walter 
Scott, in two volumes, illustrated, with an intro- 
duction by Professor Charles Eliot Norton, o£ 
Harvard. ^^ 

The American Book Co. has issued a serie» 
of six books of ** The American System of Ver> 
tical writing." a style of penmanship which Is 
rapidly becoming popular. The series retails- 
for $1 per dozen. 

The Stbrung Pitoushing Co., New York: 
City, has just arranged with Mr. Henry George 
for the exclusive publication of his works in the 
United States. This company reports that ir 
has sold over ten thousand copies of '* Progress 
and Poverty " within ten days after publication. 

Frederick Warne & Co. announce that, as 
the delay in printing the " Royal Natural His- 
tory " was greater than anticipated, they have 
determined to postpone the publication of No. i 
until September ist, to be followed at regular 
monthly intervals by the other numbers, as an- 

The most striking article in vol. xxxix. of 
Sidney Lee's *' Dictionary of National Biogra- 
phy " (Macmillan) is that on the late Henry 
Morley, whose death occurred on May 14. Na 
such prompt inclusion of a recently deceased 
author has, we think, been shown before In the 
progress of this great work. 

Another yellow-and-black-backer, also issued 
by Elkin Mathews and John Lane, is Allan 
Monkhouse's '* Books and Plays." It consists of 
seven critical essays on such subjects as George 
Meredith's Plays and Poems. George Borrow, 
Ibsen's Social Plays, and the Politics of Drama- 
tic Art. The edition is limited to 400 copies. 

Mr. Aksel G. S. Josephson, former antiquar- 
ian bookseller in Uppsala, Sweden, now of the 
Lenox Library. New York City, is working up a 
list of Swedish books for American libraries.. 
The list will contain books of standard authors, 
books on Swedish history — political, social, and 
literary — and religious works, and will not ex- 
ceed 500 titles. 

The Congregational Sunday-School and Pub- 
lishing Society, Boston, have in press a '* Com- 
prehensive Concordance to the Holy Scriptures," 
by the Rev. J. B. R. Walker, with an introduc- 
tion by M. C. Hazard. The concordance will be 
in one alphabet for all words including proper 
names and appellatives, and will be based on the 
authorized version. 

A BUST of Keats was unveiled in Hampstead 
Church on July 16, by F. H. Day. secretary of the 
American Memorial Committee. Edmund Gosse 
replied to Mr. Day's explanation of the move- 
ment to place the bust in the church. He read 
a letter from Swinburne and a sonnet by Theo- 
dore Watts: and Lord Houghton, Sidney Colvin^ 
and F. T. Palgrave spoke. f^^^^T^ 
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The Publishers' Weehiy. 


Macmillan & Co. will publish shortly a small 
volume on *' The Uoemployed/' by Geoffrey 
Drag^, the secretary to the Labor Commission 
of England. After a general introduction, Mr. 
Drage deals with what has hitherto been done to 
solve the problem of the unemployed of Englatt'd, 
with the nature and causes of the present dis. 
tress, and with what may be done in the future. 

T. Fisher UnwinwIII shortly publish S. R. 
Crockett's new story, " Mad Sir Ughtred of the 
Hills." About one-third' of it ha^ already ap- 
peared in the St, fames* Gautti* Mr. Unwin 
has also made arrangements to publish Mr. 
Croclcett's novel " The Lilac Sun Bonnet " on 
September 15, and the biography of the late 
Charles Bradlaugh, upon which Mrs. Bradlaugh 
Bonner and Mr. J. M. Robertson are engaged. 

H. LE SouDiER, Paris, has just Issued a third 
edition of L6on CI6dat's *' Grammaire Raison^e 
de la Langue Frangalse," in which the learned 
and witty author convincingly sets forth the 
reasons for some of the most unaccountable rules 
for speaking and writing the French language 
correctly. He does not desire his pupils to learn 
by rote but to investigate and understand the 
history of language and see for themselves the 
logic of present methods. 

The •• Handbook of the Northwestern Book- 
sellers' and Newsdealers' Association" has been 
issued as the June number of The Literary Light 
of Minneapolis. The Handbook contains a his- 
tory of the association together with reports of 
its annual meetings, and those of the Virginia, 
Alabama, and National Associations. Portraits 
are given of F. Leypoldt, Alex. McNie, Charles 
D. Raymer. L. Swift, Jr., J. S. McClain, C. B. 
Swift, and E. C. Rahme. some of which are ac- 
companied by biographical sketches. A number 
of '* Hints for Booksellers" and trade advertise- 
ments make the handbook present an ambitious 
pamphlet of twenty-five lamo pages. 

D. C. Heath & Co. will publish shortly 
'* Lessons in the New Geography," by Professor 
Spencer Trotter, of Swarthmore College, Penn- 
sylvania. By the " New Geography," the au- 
thor means that the point of view of this subject 
is essentially human. His idea is that as the 
earth is the theatre of human action, the study 
of geography is the study of human life under 
the varied conditions of existence imposed by 
the different regions of the earth. The book 
aims to fulfil two phases of the study, the human 
and the imaginative. Its purpose is to present 
an 'outline sketch, suggestive and stimulating, 
and it is intended as a reader to supplement the 
regular work of the teacher and the class. 

The H olden Patent Book Cover Co. call 
the attention of the trade to their several devices 
for the protection and preservation of books, 
/.^., their "patent book-covpr," ** self-binder," 
and " transparent paper." The book-cover, 
which has been adopted by the leading States 
coming under the free text-book law, is made of 
a species of felt paper, In imitation of leather, 
possessing much durability and strength; it is 
easily adjustable and comes in three sizes for 
ordinary books, with special fitted sizes for 
school geographies. The binders are small 
squares of binders' linen covered with binders' 
glue, forming a simple and effective method of 
repairing loosened leaves; while the adhesive 
transparent paper is used to repair torn leaves 
without destroying their legibility. 

Ward. Lock & Bowden have recently brought 
suit in this city against the Funk& Wagnalls Co., 
Adam W. Wagnalls and Robert* J. Cuddhy, to- 
rescind a sale made by the plaintiffs to Cuddly 
of 4338 sett of '* Commenuries," on the ground 
of fraudulent representations on the part of 
Cuddhy and the Funk & Wagnalls Co., and ta 
recover $20,000 damages for the alleged frauds. 
, The plaintiffs allege that at the time of the sale 
Cuddhy claimed to be acting for hinotelf, while 
he was in fact an agent for the Funk & Wagnalls 
Co., and that his representations of security for 
the purchase were fraudulent. The defendants 
deny the allegations in toto^ and say that Cud-' 
dhy acted for himself and then sold the books 
to Funk & Wagnalls Co. Several questions as 
to the validity of Western stock and banking 
deposit certificates are involved, and on Tuly 5 
the plaintiffs applied for an open commission to 
take the testimony of bank officials in South 
Dakota. Judge Andrews reserved decision on 
the point. 

A. & C. Black, Edinburgh, propose to pub- 
lish a new *' Dictionary of the Bible " before the 
end of 1896. The work was originally planned 
by the late Prof. Robertson Smith, who hoped 
nearly to the last that he might be able to take 
a leading part in ltd preparation. Last Febru- 
ary, finding that Prof. Cbeyne agreed with him 
as to the nature of the book that was wanted, he 
transferred his share in the editorial manage- 
ment to him, the co-editor being Prof. Robeit- 
son Smith's old friend and associate in the work 
of the •• Encyclopaedia Britannica," Dr. J. Suth- 
erland Black. The new dictionary will not, 
however, be without contributions from the late 
Prof. Robertson Smith, many of whose articles 
in the ** Encyclopaedia " will probably be incor- 
porated in it, after they have been revised by 
personal friends. Besides a number of English 
scholars, some other well-known foreign special- 
ists will be represented, including Profs. N5U 
deke, Tiele, Sude, Wellhausen, Kautsch, Budde, 
S pitta, and JUllcher. with Profs. Francis Brown, 
G. F. Moore, and Toy, to represent the United 

C. J. Clay & Sons, London, will issue early 
in October the first volume of a complete trans- 
lation of " The Jataka," rendered into English 
from the original Pali, under the. superintend- 
ence of Prof. E. B. Cowell, of Cambridge, by 
various scholars and ftudends of Hindu folk- 
lore. The Pali "Jataka," or "Buddha birth- 
stories," are supposed to be the oldest collection 
of folk-tales in existence; not only are they of 
interest and importance to students of folk-lore, 
but they form a panorama of Hindu life before 
the Christian era. and are thus of great value as 
illustrating the manners and customs of ancient 
India. The first volume has been translated by 
Robert Chalmers, of Oxford, and will contain 
the forty stories given in Prof. Rhys Davids' 
discontinued translation, as well as the transla- 
tion of the remainder of Prof. FausboU's edition 
of the Pali text. The second volume will be 
translated by W. H. D. Rouse, of Oxford, and 
the tMrd by R. A. Neil, Oxford lecturer In Sans- 
krit, and H. T. Francis, under-Hbrarian of Cam- 
bridge University library; the translators of the 
other volumes are not yet announced. The en- 
tire work will appear in seven or e'ght royal oc- 
tavo volumes. The Clays have just published 
•• Ancient Ships," by Cecil Torr. M.A., an ex- 
haustive treatise on the varied lypes and char- 
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IflT* In answ4rimrt ^i*mu statt tdiiUn^ C0nditi§ntMmd 
^ie4% imclndint ftUig* #r txfr$s9 chargii, 

Abraham A Straus. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lacine. Pub. by G. W. Carleton & Co. 
Hell on Rartb : a book on Mormonism. 
Indian Wisdom, by Mooier Williams. Pub. by AUeo, 

Modern India and the Indians, Trubner's Oriental ser. 

Trubner & Co. 

sAm«rlcan Baptist Pub. 80c.. 121 Wabash Av«., 

Ohicago, III. [GuA.] 
Barnes on the Psalms. 

American Prsss Co., Baltimore, Md. 
Lewis Sewall's Poems, printed in Mobile. 
Lipf>incotC$ MagantM*^ Sept., 187^. 
Books and articles about Poe, Keau, Lamb, Dickens, 

Thackeray, and Lincoln. 
Literary Wcrld^ 1853. 

Antiquarian Book Store. Omaha, Neb. 
a copies Vining: Mysteries of Hamlet. 
I copy each ot the following Genealofpes : Judd Family, 

Jacobs, Pike, Dexter, iHsk, Fitch, Steele, Hibbard, 

Morse, Rhodes, Barnard. 
4 copy each of the foUowinfjf Histories : 

Andrews* History of New Britain. Ct. 

Barry's History of Framingham. Mass. 

Coulkin's History of Norwich, Ct. 

Hall's History ol Norwalk, Ct. 

^Wjman's History of CharlestoQ, Mass. 

Hmes* History of Lebanon, Ct. 

Stiles* History of Windsor, Ct. 

Armor's Old Book*Store, Harrlsburg, Pa. 
.Harder** Wttkty^ nos. 90, 170, x8a, axa, aaa, a9a, 339, 370, 

?75« 39(« 4M- 
History of Revolutionary War, by Bernard Hubley, 

F. H. Baor, 224 Bank St., Cleveland, O. yCatk.^ 
Norman Gale s Primulas and Pansies. Boston, 1886. 

*" Unleavened Bread. Boston, 1885. 

Rdward Rowland Sill's Hermitai^e. New York, 1868. 
Cha**. Henry LUdeis, Hallo, my Fancy. Philadelphia, 

The Bancroft Oo., San Francisco. Gal. 

Rose Lambert, by G. W. Reynolds. 

W. L. Beekman. 66 E. 6th St., St. Paul, Minn, 
^ny work on Hermeneutics, or Bible Interpretation. 
Lord's Loss of Figurative Language. 
Angus* Bible Hand-Book. 
Barrows* Commentary to Bible. 

The Book-Shop, 160 Public 8q., Cleveland, O. 

Stevens, Impressions bur la Peinture, 

Coe. Me ! July and August. 

•Carman, Low Tide on Grand Pr6, Webster ed. 

Among the Squirrels. 

The Chap Book,June «. 

Boston Book Co., I 6H Beacon St., Boeton, 

V. or odd nos. of the following : 
Am*r. Chemical Journal. 
Journal 0/ A nalyt. and Applied Chemistry, 
Electrical World. 

*' Kmgineer. 

American Philosophical &oc* Proceedings^ 
A nnals 0/ Hygiene, 
vf mer ica n Motes and Q ueries. 
Architectural Record^ v. i. 
Amer. Journal 0/ Archeology, 
-Catholic World, 

The Bowen-Merrlll Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Thrope*8 Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, second- hand 

copy, good condition. 
Bucher*s Spiritual Manifestations. Lee & Shepard. 

Bowers & Loy, I I I Naesau St., N. Y. 
Tribune's List of American Millionaires. ' 

0*Hallorao*s Ireland. 
Skene's Celtic Scotland. 
Dental Cosmos^ 1885-1893 inclusive, bound or unbound. 

Brentano's, 1016 Pa. Ave., Washington, D. C. 

Lossing's Signers of the Declaration of Independence. 
Educational Review^ Jan., '94. 

a copies Pearson's National Life and Character— new pre- 
ferred. 3 

Brentano'9, 81 Union Sq., N. Y. 
Progress and Poverty, George. 
Baeoekcr's Guide to London. 
The Tin Trumpet. 
The Coin Book. Lippincott. 
English Guilds, Smith. 
In God's Country, Higbee. 
Lady Jackson's Old Paris. 
Couture's Conversations on Art. 
Farmingdale, by Dorr. 
Aryan Sun Myths. 

The Burrows Bros Co,. Cleveland, O. 

Memoirs of John l^uincy Adams, la rt 

Butte Auction and Commission Company, 22 W. 

Park St., Butte, Mont. {Cask.'] 
Out of the Depths, a Story of a Woman*s Life, Aoon j- 
mous. Peterson, 1877. 

Butte Free Public Library, Butte City, Mont. 

Stowe, Origin and Hist, of the Books of the Bible. 
Finley, Old-Fashioned Boy. 
Bggleston, Man of Honor. 
Trial of (l^uecn Caroline. 

J. W. Cadby, 682 B'way, Albany, N. Y. 

Paul Morphy*s Exploits and Triumphs in Europe. 
Harper's Weekly. 187a, '82, '83, '88. 
Knickerbocker Afag.^ 1863-5, any v. or nos. 
New Haven Historical Soaety Papers, v. 3. 
Lamon's Life of Lincoln. 
Historical Mag. (Dawson's), 1865-6, any nos. 

C. N. Caspar, 437 E. Water St.. Milwaukee, WIe. 

Adams* John, Works, v. i, 9, 10, 8*. Boston, 1850. 

Kennedy, Memoirs of Wm. Wirt. Phila., 1850. 

Goodness of Marv. 

Library Journal^ v. la, nos. i, a, 1887; V. 7, no. 7 ; In- 
dexes to V. 14 and 15. 

Barlow. Three Voices. Boston, 1868. 

Dicey, Du Domicilo. London, 1879. 

Bayle, St. John, Montaigne the Essayist. 

Congress, Globe^ a8th Cong., ad Sess.and App. ) 

** 29th Cong., ist Sess. without App., f 

will pay fair price. 

Wise, J. M., Origin of Christianity. 

Colton, Lacon. 

White Slave : Southern story. 

Key to Wentworih*s Compl. Algebra. 

Con. Kret, Aus Wisconsin, Gedichte. 

Dumas* Works, v. a and 5, Collier ed. 

Daniel Webster*s Works, v. 3, 8vo. Boston, 1853. 

Sand, First and True Love. 

Robert Clarke A Co., Cincinnati, C. 
Flowers and Their Unbidden Guests, trans., rev. and ed. 

bv W.Ogle, M. A. 
Wright's Abelard and Heloise. 
Webb*s Masonic Monitor, la*. Pub. by Carroll & Co. 

Polish Blood, ct. 
McCarthy's Dear Lady Disdain. 
Magic, Black and White, pap. 

W. B. Clarke A Co.. Boston, Mass. 

Read*s Study of Stimulants. 

Paving and Municipal Engineer, v. i and a. 

Qeorge H. Colby A Co., Lancaster, N. H. 
La Cuisine Fran9ais, by Fran9ois Penty. Baldwin & 
Ross, pub., Chicago. 

T. L. Cole, Corcoran Building, Washington, D. C. 

\Cash ] 
Alabama, Laws of, prior to 1865. 

•* * lor 1875-6, 1878-9. 1884-^. 

** Journals and Debates of Constitutional Con- 

E. H. Colegrove & Co., 62 Randolph St., Chic 

cago, III. 
Heaton, Cureof Rupture. 

Cranston A Curts, 67 Wash*n St., Chicago. III. 

a copies Freemantle*s World the Subject of Redemption. 
Constantinople, Gauticr. 

Crothers A Korth, 246 4th Ave., N. Y. 

Notitia Bucharistica, by Scudamore, td ed. 

P. T. Cunningham. 449 Grand St., N. Y. 
Curiosities of the Bible. Pub. by Treat & Co. 

Cunningham A Sullivan, Dayton, O. 

Hone*s History of Ohio, second hand. 

Damrell A Upham, 283 Washington St., Boeton, 

Theodore Parker's Four Historic Americans. Pub. by 
Fuller in Boston. 

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E. Darrow & Oo., Roch«st«r» N. Y. 
Scburtz and Julian on Dyettuffs. 
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American C7clo:>afdia, v. 13 and 16, shp. 
Lijrhtof Other Days: Selections from Writings of Mrs. 
Kirldand, pamplilet, 55 p., 1856. 

Dodd, Maad & Oo., 6 E. leth St., N. Y. 

Wonders of Vegetaiidn. tr. from the French of Marion, 
ed. with additions by Prof. Scheie De Vere. 

Wm. Doxay. San Francisco, Oal. 
Goodrich, British Bloqnence. 

Browninff, Ring snd the Book, t. 3, brown cl., gilt top, 
Smith, Elder ed., new. 

Harry K. Duka A Co., OumbaHand, Md. 
The Lake Dwellers, by Keller. 

O. Dunn A Oo., 22 W. Sth St., St. Paul, Minn. 
Genealogy of the Descendanu of several Ancient Puri- 

taoa named Adams, Bullard, Holdbrook, etc., by ReT. 

Abner Morse, A.M., 1857. 
Stoweirs Manual of Histology Detroit, about 1881. 
Kidder*s Mechanical Book, second-hand. 
Wcbater*s International Dictionary, second-hand. 
Amtrumm Machinist^ Oct. 15, 1891. 
Meiaterschaft Ssrstem of German, cheap. 
French, ♦• 

E. P. Dutton & Oo., 31 W. 23d St., N. Y. 
Fern Leaves, by Fanny Fern. 
Yoke of the Thorah, pap. 
Fits Acres Too Much, Roosevelt. 
Life of Tolstoi. 

Fawcett, Pauperism and Its Causes. 
Campbell, Problem of the Poor. 
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LiTTLB, Brown & Co. have just ready " The 
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of Alexandre Dumas. The romances included 
in this series are ** The Companions of Jehu " 
and '* The Whites and Blues." each in two vol- 
umes, which both deal with the French Republic 
under the Directory, and with the Consulate of 
Napoleon. They introduce such famous charac- 
ters as Napoleon, Josephine, Bourrienne, Gener- 
al Picbegru, Mme. de StaCl. and Comte d'Artois, 
afterwards Louis xviii. " The She- Wolves of 
Machecoul " has for Its historical theme the last 
Vend6e rising, in the reign of Louis Philippe, 
and the Duchesse de Berry Is its leading histor- 
ical personage. To this romance has been 
added a new translation of "The Corsican 
Brothers," the story upon which was founded 
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*Atkin8, Walter G. Water softening and 
scientific filtration. N. Y., Spon & Cham- 
berlain, 1894. 181 p. 1 folding pi., 8^, bds., 
40 c. [2309 

Barry, H. T., comp. Summary of every-day 
law. Kalamazoo, Mich., J: S. Sleeper, [H. 
T. Barry, 1534 Olive St.,] [1894.] c. 3-72 p. 
sq. D. flex, cl., 60 c. [2310 

Bemhard, Marie. The pearl: a romance; 
from the Oerman, by Mary Stuart Smith. 
N. Y., The International Kews CJo., [1894.] 
c. 3-307 p. D. (Author's lib., no. 6.) cl., 
$1.25; nap., 50 c. [2311 

Albert Camphauaen was the ward of old Captain 
Leopold, and had recently been made corvette captain 
of 77i« Nixey. He had fallen in love with the ola cap- 
taints niece, a daughter of an old Dutch baron, wlio 
looked down upon all sailors. How he won her and 
how much be bore for her sake forms the burden of an 
old-fashioned love-story. 

*Bible. New Testament. Arabic version of 
the Epistles of St. Paul to the Romans, 
Corinthians, Galatians, with part of the 
Epistle to the Ephesians; from a ninth cen- 
tury MS. in the Convent of St. Catharine, 
on Mount Sinai; ed. by Marearet Dunlop 
Gibson. N. Y., Macmillan & Co,. 1894. 
136 p. 4% (Studia Sinaitica, no. 2.) cl., 
net, f 2.50. [2812 

*Bible. Old Testament. The earliest trans- 
lation of the Old Testament into the 
Basque language, (a fragment,) by Pierre 
d'Urte of St. Jean de Luz, circa 1700 ; ed. 
from a MS. in the Library of Shirburn 
Cast'e, Oxfordshire, by Llewelyn Thomas. 
N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 1894. 163 p. 4% 
(Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and mod- 
ern ser., pt. 10.) cl., net, $6. [2313 
Bumham, Hampden. Adeline Gray: a tale. 
N. Y., Wynkoop &Hallenbeck, prs., [trade 
supplied by the news companies, 1894.1 c. 
155 p. D. pap., 25 c. [1314 
The writer Is a Canadian of PeterlK>rough, Ontario. 
Adeline^s father dies, and under the severe strain put 
upon the family by reverses in fortune and also owmir 
to disappointment in love, theyounfrrirl fails in health. 
Her lover goes to Africa to fight for ^igland's colonies. 
He meets endless adventures and finally returns to 
clear up misunderstandings and marry a blind girl. 

Carmen, Sylva, [pseud, for Pauline Elizabeth 
Ottilia Louise, Queen of Rouniania,] Ed- 
leen Vaughan : or, paths of peril. [New 
issue.] N. Y., Cassell Pub. Co., ri894ri c. 
*91. 4+412 p. D. (CasselVs sunshine ser., 
no. 149.) cl., 75 c; pap., 60 c. [2315 

See notice, " Weekly Record.'' P. W , October 17. 

1891. [1029.J 

♦Carter, C: W. Handbook for the use of pro- 
bate courts, attorneys, executors, adminis- 
trators, trustees, guardians, and conserva- 
tors within the state of Conn. Norwich, pr. 
for the author, C: W. Carter, 1894. c. 
893 p. S. cl., $2. (Corr, price,) [2316 

Clauder, H. T. What time is it? a manual 
of instruction in teaching and reckoning 
time; longitude, solar, and standard time; 
with exercisps and' problems for use in 
schools. N. Y., W: Beverley Harison, 1894. 
c. 89 p. D. pap., 80 c. [2317 

The need of a suitable syllabus for teaching^ime 
measure in object-teaching^ and a desire to enlarse the 
usefulness of the dial as an object- teaching device 
have led to this compilation. The part for primary 
classes consists of simple explanations and exercises, 
but longitude and standard time involving some of 
the principles of higher mathematics and geographi- 
cal study nave been worked up as object lessons for 
advanced classes. The entire book forms a progres- 
sive and effective drill and leads to clear thinking and 
concise expression. 

Collier, Price. Mr. Picket-Pin and his 
friends; il. by Walter Bobbett. N. Y., E. 
P. Button & Co., [1894 ] 8+157 p. D. cl.. 
$1. [2818 

The author has written a very serious review of the 

§ resent political position of the North American In- 
ian. to which race Mr. Picket-Pin belongs. The four 
principal influences which now affect the more or less 
helpless wards of the United States are the taking of 
theiir land, education, whiskey, and inter-marria^e. 
They have been nursed into incompetency and weak- 
ness by too much legislation, too much philanthropy, 
and too much sectarian rivalry. Their distinctive 
racial qualities are fast disappearing, and Mr. Picket- 
Pin^s type will be lost in fifty years. 

Dale, Darley. Lottie's wooing. [New issue,! 
N. Y., Cassell Pub. Co., [1894.] c. '93. 4+ 
871 p. D. (Cassell's sunshine ser., no. 150.) 
cl., $1; pap., 50 c. [2319 

See notice, *^ Weekly Record," P. W., June 3, 1898, 


*Drage, Geoffrey. The unemployed. N. Y., 
Macmillan & Co., 1894. 277 p. 12% cl., 
$1.50. [2320 

Domaji, Alex. The companions of Jehu. In 
2 V. Bost., Little, Brown & Co., 1894. c. 
71+800; 2+349 p. por. and il. D. (The 
Napoleon romances.) cl., ea., $1.25; deco- 
rated cl., $1.50; hf. cf. or hf. mor., $3. 


Dumaji, Alex. The she- wolves of Machecou) ; 
to which is added The Corsican brothers. 
In 2 V. Host., Little. Brown & Co., 1894. 
c. 17+570 p; 7+580 p. il. D. (Tlie Napoleon 
romances.) cl., ea., $1.25; decorated cl., 
$1.50; hf. cf. or hf. mor., $3. [2322 

Dumas, Alex. The whites and blues. In 2 
T. Bost., Little, Brown & Co., 1894. c. 
29+416; 7+439 p. il. D. (The Napoleon ro- 
mances.) cl., ea,y $1.25; decorated cl., $1.50; 
hf. cf. or hf. mor., $3. [2323 

*Earl, Alfred. Practical lessoDS in physic^ 
measurement, N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 
1894. 350 p. 12% (Manuals for students.) 
flex, cl., net, $1.25. [2824 

^Bdholm, Charlton. The traffic in girls, and 
Florence Crittenton missions. Chic, Charl- 

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ton Edholm, Press World's Women's Chris- 
tian Temperance Union Temple, 1894. 11. 
12% cl., $1. [2325 

Blwood, G: M. Some earlier public amuse- 
ments of Rochester; read before the Roches- 
ter Historical Society, 1894. Rochester, 
N. Y., Democrat and Chronicle Print., 
1894. 2-62 p. T. pap., 25 c. [2826 

Covers the years from 18S0 to 1883, mostly by quota- 
tions from the newspaper* of the time. Shows how 
stroma the Puritan traditions remained among the new, 
and for their day most enterprising settlers of ** the 

Emmet, W: Leroy. Alternating current 
wiring and distribution. N. Y., The Elec- 
trical Engineer, 203 Broadway, 1894. c. 
76 p. il. S. cl.. $1. [2327 

Points out the practical significance of some of the 
laws governing the distribution of alternating currents, 
and explains those laws in such a manner that their 
nature and relative importance may be realized by 
practical men without the expenditure of time neces- 
sary to the study of complete works on the subiect. 
Tables are given and determinations worlc**d out illus- 
trating the principles involved. Mathematical expres- 
sions and scientinc terms are avoided. 

Oibbet, Emily Oliver. Essay*. N. Y., C: T. 

Dillingham & Co., 1894. 6-174 p. D. cl., $1. 


Essajrs on Ernest Renan*s " Life of Jesus; ^* Srauss' 
** Life of Jesus; '* Mi vart's '' Christianity and Roman 
Paganism;'' and De Tuneelmann's ''Electricity in 
modern life.'^ Written from an orthodox Christian 

Oleason, Clarence W. The gate to the Ana- 
basis; with colloquia, notes, and vocabu- 
lary. Bost., Ginn & Co., 1894. c. 4H-47 p. 
map, S. (School classics.) cl., 45 c. [2329 
This simplified text of the first book of "Anabietsis " 
is divided into forty-six lessons, and these are followed 
by conversations in Greek, with notes and vocabular- 
ies. A thorough trial in the class-room has proved 
that the method introduces the learner to the com- 
plete text of the author sooner than was formerly pos- 
sible and makes him familiar with Greek as a spoken 

Oodfrey, E: K., comp. The Island of Nan- 
tucket, what it was and what it is: a com- 
plete index and guide to this noted resort. 
rfew rev. ed., witn correct map of the town 
and island. Bost., Lee & Shepard, [1894.^ 
c.'82. 64-365-+-4P. D. pap., 50 c. [23r 

Containing descriptions of everything on or about 
the island in regard to which the visitor or resident 
may desire information, including its history, people, 
apiculture, botany, conchology, and geology. 

•HalUday, G: Belt driving. N. Y., Spon & 
Chamberlain, 1894. 100 p. 8% 3 folding pi., 
cL, $1.60. [2831 

♦Henry, Victor. Short comparative gram- 
mar of the English and German, as traced 
back to their common origin and contrasted 
with the classical languages; tr. by the au- 
thor. N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 1894. 
894 p. 12% cl., net, $1.90. [2332 

Holmes, Catharine S. A troublesome name. 
Gin., C, Cranston & Curts, 1894. c. 413 p. 
11., $1. [2333 

Gertie Winner had weak eyes and was obliged to 
leave school quite often. She goes to her unoTe^s to 
pass awav some days of idleness, and the story tells of 
the daily lives and duties and pleasures of herself, her 
cousins, and friends. GUbertina. ** the troublesome 
nanoe/* was given to a doll, who plays quite a part in 
this story of school-days and vacations. 

^Johnson, F. R. Stresses in girder and roof 
trusses for both dead and live loads, by 
simple multiplication with stress constants 
for 100 cases. N. Y., Spon & Chamberlain, 
1894. 215 p. 20 pi., 12^, cl., $2.50. [2334 

Kenealy, Arabella. Dr. Janet of Harlev 
Street: a novel. N. Y., Appleton, 1894. 
4+340 p. D. (Appleton's town and country 
lib., no. 147.) cl., 75 c; pap., 50 c. [2335 
Phyllis Eve, at seventeen, is married to a French 
roM^, who the daytbefore has kissed her and disgusted 
her. She will not live with him, and runs away to 
London to seek work in a hospital A.n eminent woman 
physician. Dr. Janet Doyle, takes interest in her, en- 
courages ner to become a physician, takes her to her 
heart and home, and endeavors to teach her the true 
position and true mission of womanlv women. The 
plot is made the meansof conveying in many telling 
sentences that woman should be asnamed to aim at 
being **undevet<^t man,** or feminine or neuter in- 
stead of becoming womanly in the highest sense. 

Kneipp, Sebastian. My water cure ; tr. from 
the Qerman into Bohemian. Milwaukee, 
Wis., Aut. Nov4ka, [C. N. Caspar,] 1894. 
c. 269 p. 12% pap., 60 c. [2336 

*I«ewi8, Ag^es Smith, comp. Catalogue of 
the Syriac M88. in the Convent of St. Cath- 
arine on Mount Sinai. N. Y., Macmillan & 
Co., 1894. 131 p. 4°, (Studia Sinaitica, no. 
1.) pap., net, $5.50. [2337 

MacFadden, C: K., and Ray, W: D. The 
practical application of dynamo-electric 
machinery. [Chic, Date & Ruggles, 189 
Washington St., 1894.1 167 p. fl. S. cl., 
$1. [2338 

For a class of readers, ** who, realizing the need of a 
general fundamental understanding of the application 
of electricity, will read with some benefit (the authors 
trust) a few descriptions of the rnodua operandi of the 
most generally used class of electrical machinery." 

McVickar, H: Goelet. The purple light of 
love. N. Y., Appleton, 1894. c. 2-+- 176 p. 
D. cl.,?5c. 12839 

The purple light of love comes into the life of John 
Edgar when he has reached fame and fortune as a 
successful railroad lawyo*. The woman is a calculat- 
ing widow and the man dies of a broken heart. Fash- 
ionable New York and Newport circles, clubs, and 
decks of yachts are made the background of an earn- 
est, honest man*s life-tragedy. 

Merton, Holmes W. Life and healing: a 

segment of spiritonoroy. Bost., [Holmes 

W. Merton], 212 Columbus Ave., [1894.] 

c. '93, *94. 3-49 p. por. nar. D. cl., 50 c; 

flex, cl., 75 c; pap., 25 c. [2340 

Spiritonomy treats of spiritones, living spirit bodies 

to which human material bodies should be servants. 

The author holds that all mental or physical ailments 

can be cured when thoroughly treated by life-giving 

forces within and around us. He argues that disease 

is but the loss of spiritual selfrulership, and that a con- 
sistent study of the needs of the soul will make the 
needsof the body assume secondary importance. 

*Bffitohell, Rev. T: Conflict of the nineteenth 
century — the Bible and free thouirht: In- 
gersolls lecture on "The gods" dissected 
— ^its charges a combine of misconception 
and reckless assertion. [iVen' and cheaper 
iHsueA N. Y., S. F. Mcliean & Co., 1894. 
466 p. 12% cl., $1. [2341 

*MitohelI, Rev. T: Cosmogony: the geologi- 
cal antiquity of the world; evolution, athe- 
ism, pantheism, deism, and infidelity re- 
futed oy science, philosophy, and scripture. 
N. Y., S. F. McLean & Co. 450 p. 12% cl., 
$1. [2342 

Noble, Annette L., and Coann, Pearl Clem- 
ent. Love and shawl-straps. N. Y., G: P. 
Putnam's Sons, 1894. c. 34-291 p. D. 
(Hudson lib., no. 1.) pap., 50 c. [2343 

Mrs. Thome, the travelled sister of busy Doctor 
Thomas Bruce, thinks it will do her run-down brother 
good to seethe world and rest. She plans to chaperone 
six ladies to make such a tour possible. Three youn^ 
and three older ladies are finally chosen and the jour- 
ney be^ns. The re^lar route is travelled, but Mrs. 
Thome finds she has undertaken "a big: contract,** 


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and that her Jovial brother is more hindrance than 
help. Love laughs at chaperones and agreements is 
the keynote of an amusing narrative. 

Parker, Francis W. Talks in pedagogics: an 
outline of the theory of concentration. N. 
Y. and Chic, E. L. Kellogg & Ck)., [1894.1 
c. 16+491 p. por. D. cl., $1.50. [8844 

These tallcs by the principal of the Oook County 
Normal School, Chicago, were given at the Teachers* 
Retreat. Chautauqua Assembly, Kew York, in July, 
1891. Their popular form has now been changed to 
text for close study. Among the convictions here 
formulated is that natural sciences and history should 
be put into the primary school, and reading and lan- 
guage lessons taught while gathering information on 
sciences, morals, literature, ethics, etc., so that the 
whole school svstem concentrate itself around sound 
development of mind, body, and soul, to produce har- 
monious, healthy, happy, useful men and women. 

*PearBon, C: H. National life and character: 
a forecast. 2cl and cheaper ed. N. Y., 
Macmillan & Co., 1894. 12^, cl., $2. [2845 
Pomeroy, W: C. The lords of misrule: a tale 
of gods and of men. Chic, Laird & Lee, 
1894, c. 8-816 p. 1 il. D. (Library of 
choice fiction, no. 78.) pap., 50 c. [^6 

In a dream Harold Brayton is supposed to meet 
many mythological characters, amongst them the 
goddess Truth, who visiU the earth with him and 
teaches him to Judge of men and things of the hour by 
her uncompromising light. Social conditions and so- 
called reforms are satirized. 

Rand, MoNally & Co.'s indexed county and 
railroad pocket map and shipper's guides. 
N. Y. and Chic, Rand, McNally & Co., 
[1894.1 c. folded map, S. pap., ea., 25 c 

Contenti: Indian and Oklahoma Territories, 20 p.; 

Pennsylvania, 181 p. 

Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed county and 
township pocket map and shipper's guides. 
N. Y. and Chic, Rand, McNally & Co., 
[1894.1 c. folded map, S. pap., ea., 25 c 

Contents: Arizona, 18 p.; Colorado, 88 p.; Idaho, 


Ra3rmond, Bradford Paul, D.D. Christianity 
and the Christ: a study of Christian evi- 
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Sowland, P. F. A comparison, criticism, and estimate 
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Byan, W P. The Irish literary revival : iu history, 
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waukee, Wis., Second-hand school-books. (10 
p. i6*.)— C-4. ChadiHot, 17 Quai dcs Grands- 
Augustini, Paris, Americana. (No. 15, 853 
titles.)—^. IV. Hagemann Pub. Co., 114 Fifth 
Ave., N. Y., Catalogue of new publications. 
(Aug., 1894, 10 p. Z"".)— Frank H oiling s. Great 
Turnstile, W. C, London, Eng., Miscellaneous. 
(No. 8, 306 titles.)— ZfliVi/ <5r» Lee, 263 Wabash 
Ave., Chicago, Publications, Fall. 1894. (32 p. 
8'.)— 5. B. Luyiter, 79 Nassau St.. N. Y., Mis- 

cellaneous. (No. 197, 204 titles.)— il/lrZ^«r^^/f>» 
Bros., 874 Broadway, N. Y., Illustrated cata- 
logue of toy and juvenile books, etc. (July, 
1894, 104 p. sq. 8*.) — Bernard Quaritek, isPicca- 
dilly, London, Eng., Rough list, comprising 
rare Americana, early voyages, works on the 
sciences and natural history, Cufic Korans and 
Persian miniatures, also the first four folio 
Shakespeares and other English varieties from 
the libraries of Birket Foster and Sir Joseph 
Hawley. (No. 143. 663 titles, yi.) — Skandina- 
visk Antiquariat, 49 Gothersgade, Copenhagen, 
Rare old books and valuable modern books, 
comprising works on the languages, literature, 
history, topography, etc.. of Iceland, Denmark, 
Norway and Sweden, Eddie, Skaldic, and Saga 
literature, journals and transactions of learned 
societies, collections and valuable miscellaneous 
books. (No. I, 38 p. 12'.) — A. Twieimeyer, 16 
Gellerstr., Leipzig, Art and industry. (No. 109,. 
2770 X\i\es.y-Edgar S. Werner, 108 E. i6ih St., 
N. Y., Vocal, elocutionary, and dramatic litera- 
ture. (32 p. i6'.)— fTw. Wood 6r* C#., 43 E. 
loth St., N. Y., Medical publications. (48 p. 

Walter Horatio Pater died suddenly at Ox- 
ford, Eng., 00 the 30th uU., aged fifty-five. He 
was bom in London in 1839. and was graduated 
from Queens College in 1862. He was elected 
fellow of Bratenose. in which college he held 
various offices. He spent much time in Italy, 
France, and Germany, and contributed to the 
leading English reviews. Among his works are 
•• The Renaissance," 1873: *'Marius the Epicur- 
ean," 1885 ; *• Imaginary Portraits," 1887 ; and 
" Appreciations." 1889. 

Heinrtch Hirzbl, of the Leipzig publishing 
house of S. Hirzel, died at the age of fifty-seven, 
after a Icftig illness, on the 7th ult. 

The sudden death is announced of Nikolai 
M. Yadrintsef, a well-known Russian author ard 
publicist, at the age of fi^ty-iF^^^^T^ 
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AUGUST 4. 1894. 

The editor does not bold kimtelf retpontible for the 
▼iewsexpresaed in contributed articles or communications 

All matter, wbether for tbe reading-matter columns or 
advertising fMiges, should reach tbis office not later than 
Wednesday noon, to insure insertion in tbe same weeli*s 

B»0ks/0r tk€ " Weekly RecTdC^ at well t all it^/or- 
matUn inteneUd for that department y mutt reach thie 
•JB/lce by Tuetday morning 0/ each week. 

Publishers are requested to furnish title-page proofs 
and advance information of boolcs forthcoming, both for 
entry in the lists and for descriptive mention. An early 
copy of each book publisheds^hould be forwarded, as it 
is of the utmost imporunce that the entries of books 
be made as promptly and as perfectly as possible. In 
many cases booksellers depend on the Wbbklv solely for 
their information. The Record of New Publications of 
Thb Publishbrs* Wbbblv is the material of ** The Ameri- 
can Catalogue'* and so forms the basis of all trade 
bibliography in the United States. 

•*/ hold every man a debtor to his profession, 
from the which, as men do of course seeh to re^ 
ceive countenance and profit, so ought they of duty 
to endeavor themselves by way of amends to be a 
JUlp and an ornament thereunto,** — LORD BACON. 


The Circulating Library.— vii. 

There should be a second tray or box for tbe 
book- cards representing books out. When a 
card is removed from the first tray to this, bear- 
ing the proper charge, it should be filed away by 
date, at the end of the day, the days being sepa- 
rated by thin blocks of wood bearing the num- 
ber of the day in the upper left-hand corner, in 
very black ink or paint, and in large figures, 
thus : 

Behind the block marked 5 (which should be 
taller than the card, when boih are standing up- 

right) will be placed the book- cards of all books 
taken out on the 5th, arranged in the order of 
the call-numbers. 

One division of the tray should be used for 
the cards of books out over time. This divis- 
ion can be subdivided into three or four parts, 
one for books overdue one week or less, the 
next for books overdue between one and two 
weeks, etc. 

When John Smith comes in to bring his book 
back the book-card is first found by memns of 
the date, which appears on the dating-slip. The 
charge is then cancelled, either by stamping or 
marking the date of return over the other date, 
or by punching it with a small punch. From 
the book-card John Smith's number can be 
found, and the same cancelling process gone 
through with on his card. If he does not wish 
to take out another book, the book-card and 
book can be laid aside, in case of a rush, and 
his card looked up later. In that case, his card 
would go back into the first tray again, in al- 
phabetical order. If he wishes another book, 
the same process is gone through as before. 
This system answers all possible questions : 
Is 813 on the shelves ? No. Where b it ? John 
Smith has it. How long has it been out ? Since 
Dec. 5. Has John Smith a book? Yes. What 
book ? No. 8i3-S26. How long has he had it ? 
Since Dec. 5. It prevents the annoyance of 
lost cards, as the borrower has nothing to do 
with his card. It prevents also all tampering 
with the dates on tbe card. By keeping the 
book-card at the desk, the librarian can tell if a 
book is in without going to the shelves. 

In tbe other system to be described, the bor- 
rower keeps his own card, and presents it when 
he comes for a book or brings one back. This 
relieves the library of the responsibility of 
identifying the borrower, as the presentation of 
the card is considered proof suflicient of his 
right to draw a book. In the village or small 
town library, identification would be possible 
without a card, the constituency being so small. 
The date is then taken either from the dating- 
slip or his card, the latter is stamped and given 
back to him, and the book-card can be picked 
out at leisure by means of the book and its 
dating slip. There might be a compromise 
between these systems, by which the library 
should retain a borrower's card when he has no 
book out, keeping such cards in alphabetical 
order and finding them when needed. By in- 
variably retaining the card in this way, an ap- 
proximate estimate could be made of the number 
of caids in use as compared with the number of 
cards given to applicants. Many large libraries 
keep the book-card in a pocket in the book 
(see Figure i, on following page), when the 

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book is on the shelves. The pocket serves to 
bold the borrower's card when the book is out. 
This system necessitates a visit to the shelves 
to see if the book is in when called for, and 
this fact, with the work of pasting in pockets 
and putting cards in and taking them out, 
makes the custom unadvisable for the small li- 

Acme Lib. Card Pocket, 

made by Library Bureau. 

AVf/ jfcur Ca^d in this 

There are other systems in which the account 
is kepi by means of the borrower's card only, 
in which case it is only as the entire charging 
system is overhauled that an answer can be 
found to the question, " Where is book 1813- 
S26 ? ' As this is the question most frequently 
jtsked no system can be called satisfactory which 
does not answer It at once and without difficulty. 

A *' home-made " book pocket may be made 
of a piece of good manilla paper 8^^ inches 
long, of which the lower 3^ inches must be 4^^ 
inches wide and the upper 4^^ inches, 3% inches 
wide (see Figure 2). 

Folding up the lower (y^^ in.) part so as to 
cover the upper part to within ^ of an inch 
from the top, and then pasting the overlapping 
(^ in.) pares back of the upper part, will form a 

pocket that can then be attached to the inside 
of the back cover. (See Figure 3.) 

Upper part. 

Lower part. 


Keep your Card 

in thU Pocket. 


The pocket is not protected by patent, and 
hence may be used by any one who chooses to 
make it. 

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One of the finest examples of typography of 
that period [1560] — perhaps only equalled by the 
famous Vulgate, printed in Nttrnberg by Antoni- 
us Koberger — Is the fourteenth folio edition of 
the " Bishops' Bible." printed in 1585 by Chris- 
topher Barker, and ** authorized and appointed 
to be read in churches." The nineteenth and 
last edition of the *' Bishops' Bible " appeared 
in 161 1 ; but besides the nineteen editions of the 
complete Bible there were many separate editions 
of the New Tesument alone. 

Another translation of that period was the so- 
called *' Rheims and Douai version." This was 
a Catholic translation from the Vulgate, made 
by several eminent English Roman Catholic 
clerics, and it met with the fiercest opposition. 
Its name was derived from the English Roman 
Catholic college at Rheims, France, with which 
the translators were closely connected. This 
college was esublished chiefly by William Allen, 
a Roman Catholic priest, born in Lancashire in 
1532. He was first a student at Oxford, then 
fromi56i to 1562 studied theology at Louvain, 
and later returned to England. In 1 565 he settled 
in France, where in 1568 he founded a Catholic 
theological seminary at Douai; in 1578 the stu- 
dents at his college were expelled, taking refuge 
in Rheims. whence they again returned to Douai 
in 1593. Allen was mside a cardinal in 1578 by 
Pope Sixtus V. 

The New Testament of the Douai version ap- 
peared in 1582, printed at Rheims by Johi; 
Foguy. The second edition was printed at 
Douai in 1600, the third, printed by James 
Seldenflach in Antwerp, appeared in 1620, and 
the fourth in 1623. The first complete Bible of 
this version was printed in 1609. and is known as 
the "Rosin Bible," the word ** balm "in the 
eighth chapter of '* The Prophecie of Icremie" 
being translated " rosin," making the sentence 
read '* Is there no rosin in Gllead ?" The same 
word caused difficulty elsewhere, as in several 
editions of the '* Bishops' Bible " it is translated 
"tryacle," giving to the copies the name of the 
" Treacle Bibles." 

The fourth edition of the Douai New Tesu- 
ment of 1623 is especially interesting for the 
list of words first used in that version, but since 
incorporated in the English language. Among 
them are: "abstracted"— for taken away, "ad- 
vent," "adulterating" — for corrupting, "alleg- 
oric," "amen," "anethema," "assist," "as- 
sumption" — for Christ's departure from the 
world, "catechize," " catechumen," " condigne," 
" co-operate " and "co-operation," "evangel- 
ize," " gratis," " neophyte," " sacrament " — for 
mystery, "sancta sanctorum," " tetrarch." 

As already mentioned the "Rheims and 
Douai version " met with strenuous opposition. 
It was prohibited in England, many copies were 
seized , priests found in possession of it were im- 
prisoned and tortured, and even an oath sworn 
upon it was held invalid. 

We now reach the most important of all the 
English translations of the Bible, and the last 
which can be mentioned in the present sketch. 
This is the "authorized" King James version, 
which forms the foundation of the English Bible 
now in use. 

[* Rewrittea and condensed from the original mss. of 
an exhaustive essay^by Ed. Ackerman, under the same 

Dr. Reynolds, one of the leaders of the Puritan 
party, was chiefly instrumental in moving James 
I. to have a new translation of the Bible made, ar 
the versions then in use — especially the Genevan 
— were seriously inaccurate and defective. In 
January, 1604, at the Hampton Court conference 
between the church party and the conforming, 
dissenters, it was decided to proceed with the 
work, and fifty-four translators were appointed, 
divided into six groups and minutely instructed 
as to their labors. This new translation, which, 
after all, was not much more than a revision of 
the eighteenth edition of the Bishops' Bible of 
1602, appeared In 1611 in folio, printed by Rob- 
ert Barker. The title-page is not the same in all 
copies of this edition; in some it has a fine cop- 
per-plate engraving representing Moses and 
Aaron at either side, the four Evangelists at the 
corners, and the sacred name above; in others it 
has a wood-cut (frequently seen in the Genevan 
version) representing the twelve apostles on the 
right, the twelve tribes of Israel on the left, the 
^our Evangelists with their symbols at the cor- 
ners, the Lamb triumphant above, and the name 
Jehovah, in Hebrew characters, above all. 

In the King James Bibles a distinction is to be 
made between the " he " Bibles and the " she ** 
Bibles, some copies reading, in Ruth iii. 15, " and 
hi went into the citle," others " and she went into 
the citie." The first edition is a " he " Bible, the 
second and third editions are "she" Bibles* 
The succeeding editions are almost innumerable, 
many having been printed in Holland. Even 
this careful version was not exempt from printers'" 
errors; one of the worst is in the fifth edition of 
163T. printed by Robert Barker, which is called 
the "Wicked Bible," the word " not " having been 
omitted in the seventh commandment. The two- 
volume folio edition of 171 7, printed by J. 
Baskett, is called the " Vinegar Bible." as the 
heading of the twentieth chapter of St. Luke 
reads " The parable of the vinegar " instead of 
"The parable of the vineyard." 

In 1620 the New Testament of the King James 
version was for the first time printed at Cam- 
bridge, where the whole Bible was printed in the 
following year; the Bible was not printed in Ox- 
ford until 1675; the first Bible printed in Scot- 
land was the King James version, and appeared 
in 1633. 

If this brief sketch Is now brought to a close, 
it does not mean that the history of the Englbh 
Bible was completed with the publication of the 
King James version; but if even a few who have 
followed this hasty record are impelled by it to 
carry on for themselves the study of this most 
interesting branch of literature and history, the 
purpose of the writer will have been amply ful- 

Those interested in the history of the Eng- 
lish Bible, and desirous to pursue it further and 
more in detail, will find an excellent account of 
the various English editions in " The Printed 
English Bible, 1525-1885." by Rev. R. Lovett, 
one of the Present-Day Primers^ recently pub- 
lished by Fleming H. Revell Co. It Is interest- 
ing to note in this connection the following 
works, which are useful and important to libra- 
rians, bibliographers, collectors, and others io> 
terested In this subject: " Old Bibles, an account 
of the eatly versions of the English Bibles, with 
numerous fac-slmlles," by J. R. Dore. published 
in 1890 by Eyre & Spottlswoode. London (E. & 
J. B. Young, New York); and " Fiftec^n^^ Cen- 

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tury Bibles, a study in bibliography," by Wen- 
dell Prime, which treats of the early English 
editions as w^ll as the German, lulian, French, 
Dutch, and Bohemian Bibles. This work was 
published in 1888 by A. D. F. Randolph & Co. 
Oar attention has been called to the fact that 
the first edition of the •• Breeches" Bible (Gene- 
va, 1560) is a small quarto, and not a folio, as 
was stated in part iii. of ** Notes on Early Eng- 
lish Editions of the Bible," P. W., June 23. 


A UNIQUE exhibit of bookbindings was re- 
cently opened by J. and M. L. Tregaskis, the 
well-known London booksellers, at the Caxton 
Head, High Holbom, London. Its organizers 
have dignified it with the name of an ** interna- 
tional " exhibit ; but the rather pretentious title 
is inappropriate. The small collection does, 
however, represent examples of binding from 
many quarters of the globe, and the plan on 
which it was gathered Is decidedly original. In 
order to afford an equal chance to every binder 
represented, a single book was selected for the 
exhibit. The one chosen was the thirteenth cen- 
tury romance, " King Florus and the Fair Je- 
hane," translated by William Morris, and issued 
by him from the Kelmscott Press in Chaucer 
type. Oat of the total edition of 350 copies, 
Mr. and Mrs. Tregaskis secured seventy-six. 
These were sent to every quarter of the globe 
where bookbinding prevails, and of them seven- 
ty-four were returned in royal array, two having 
been destroyed — one by fire In Saxony, one by 
earthquake In Greece. The binders to whom 
the volumes were sent were not informed that 
their work was to be placed in comparison with 
that of fellow-craftsmen of other nations ; they 
were merelv invited to produce notable and 
characteristic bindings. These seventy-four vol- 
umes form the exhibit; besides the United King- 
dom, the countries represented are Algiers, Aus- 
tralia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Ceylon, Chi- 
na, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Holland, 
India. Italy, Japan, Java, Persia, Russia, Siam, 
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis, and United 
Sutes of America. The United Kingdom is 
represented by twenty-five examples, comprising 
the work of Bedford, Blrdsall. Crane, Hall- 
ward, Leighton, Morrell, Prldeaux, Rividre, 
Tout, and Zaehnsdorf , and these lead In origi- 
nality of design and skill of execution, while 
the eight French examples are superior in deli- 
cacy of finish, but lack originality to a surpris- 
ing degree. Germany furnishes some good, 
though not striking work, and there are several 
beautiful examples from Italy. The Eastern 
work is specially interesting. The specimens of 
American binding, contributed from Philadel- 
phia, Chicago, and Memphis, do not rank high, 
either in design or workmanship, which is, it 
must be confessed, something of a disappointment. 

Of the individual bindings, the most beautiful 
comes from Denmark, being the work of Messrs. 
Freitrnp and Andersen, of Copenhagen. It is 
of calf and morocco, with a striking and elab- 
orate design, which is exquisitely inlaid in thir- 
teen colored leathers, the lines of junction 
being concealed by fine gilt tooling ; the 
deuils of the workmanship of this binding 
are especially beautiful. Perhaps the finest 

English example is from Morrell, of London. 
It is crushed olive morocco, inlaid with a white 
lily design, the foliage outlined in gold, and 
the background profusely sprinkled in gold, the 
whole showing a remarkable perfection of tool- 
ing. Another very beautiful binding, from Gus- 
tav Hedberg, of Sweden, is a morocco mosaic- 
work in lemon, dark-green, and white. Among 
the interesting examples is one In vellum from 
Roger de Coverley, of London, showing a line- 
drawing by Mrs. Herbert Railton; a fine blue 
crushed morocco binding from Blrdsall, of 
Northampton; a beautiful embroidered cover in 
Japanese style by Mrs. Brownlow, finished by 
Tout of London; a striking embroidered bind- 
ing by Mrs. Crane, after a design by Walter 
Crane; and a design by Reginald Hallward, em- 
broidered by Miss Edith Bloxham, and bound 
by Morrell. The materials used are for the most 
part, of course, calf, morocco, vellum, and pig- 
skin, but there are also bindings in buckskin 
from Montreal, carved wood from Burmah, 
hand-painted wood. Inlaid with mother-of-pearl, 
from Italy, bamboo from Bangkok and Yoko- 
hama, embroidered silk from Tokio, and *' fiddle- 
back wood " and snakeskin from Australia. The 
collection has attracted considerable interest in 
London, where it has won, as it deserved, the 
attention of all book-lovers. 


Thk new French press law, which has been for 
some time pending, has now, it is announced, been 
elevated to the dignity of a cabinet question, and 
is thus invested with a considerable degree of 
public importance. The measure, which has 
been widely denounced as a project for censor- 
ship, is founded on the determinationof the gov- 
ernment to repress the dissemination of anar- 
chistic and incendiary sentiments. Its promoters, 
however, dispute the charge that the measure 
implies censorship. Press cenforship, they 
claim, consists in the right of the government to 
examine books and newspapers before or after 
printing to determine whether they contain ut- 
terances offensive to the government; If so. the 
authorities have the right to summarily seize the 
offending publications and to punish the owners 
and editors. Censorship proper existed in 
France until 1881, when it was abolished by the 
press law of that year. Since then the French 
press has been as free as the American or Eng- 
lish press, and this freedom is still the theory 
of the new bill. The bill is, in fact, a series of 
amendments to the law of 1881 ; but, as might be 
expected, in view of the dangerous anarchistic 
element of the country. Its provisions for the 
suppression of seditious publications are very 
stringent. It enlarges the number of crimes 
which the press may commit against public or- 
der, but these crimes must be prosecuted and 
proved in due course of law, and the penalty is 
fine and imprisonment of the guilty person and 
not the suppression of the newspaper. Perhaps 
the most notable provision of the new law Is that 
" incitements to murder, arson, and pillage," or 
to breaches of the peace, which, under the old 
law, were punishable only when they took effect, 
are under the new law punished whether they 
take effect or not. If they do not take effect 
the inciter Is still liable to a term of imprison- 
ment of from one to five years and to a fine of 

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from 100 to 3000 francs. Any one who excuses 
or justifies murder, arson, pillage, or theft after 
it has been committed is liable to the same pen- 
alties as one who instigates one of these crimes. 
The examining magistrate has power to order 
Che seizure of four copies of the ofifending pub- 
lication, but this is apparently to secure evi- 
dence, and not to work as a suppression. Seiz- 
ure and suppression are to take place only after 
the accused has been found guilty, and then 
apply only to the parts for which he has been 
found guilty, and to copies put on sale or public- 
ly exposed. 

The provisions of the bill apply to drawings 
and illustrations as well as to text, and if it be en- 
forced to its full extent the life of the French 
anarchist and socialist editors will be " Dot a 
happy one. " That it will be so enforced is ex- 
tremely probable ; in fact, popuUr opinion — 
barring, of course, the radical press — seems de- 
cidedly in favor of the measure. 


Thb Catholic Pubucation Society Com- 
pany, at No. 12 East Seventeenth St., New 
York City, has become financially embarrassed, 
and on July 31 William Angelo was appointed 
receiver in the Supreme Court, on the applica- 
tion of the trustees of the company in pursuance 
of a resolution passed at a meeting of the stock- 
holders on July 6 for the dissolution of the 
company. The officers are: President, Joseph 
M. Hennessy; treasurer, Walter J. Hennessy; 
secretary, John Kehoe. The president holds 
115 shares of stock in the company; the treas- 
urer, 135, and the secretary 5. The capital 
stock is $45,000. It was said by the officers 
that the removal from Barclay Street to Seven- 
teenth Street, in May, 1891. has proved disas- 
trous to the business of the company: sales 
have shrunk; the business has decreased until 
the income and profits are not sufficient to pay 
the running expenses; the company has been 
-sued for rent; a note has gone to protest, with 
others to follow, and the company is without 
means to pay Its indebtedness. The liabilities 
are given at $7716. The value of the assets is 
not definitely known. They consist almost en- 
tirely of electrotype plates and books. The 
business has been in existence since 1867. Fa- 
ther Isaac T. Hecker, of the Paulist Fathers, 
was president up to December, 1883. when the 
present company succeeded, purchasing the 
business, it was said, for $45,000. The capital 
stock of the old company was $135,000. 


It appears that the announcement that Will- 
iam Campbell & Co. was to become part of The 
National Wall Paper Co. was premature. Will- 
iam Campbell, who owns the controlling interest 
in the firm which bears his name, offered to sell 
his factories to the National Wall Paper Co. for 
$400,000, payable in four years, but negotiations 
were broken off at the last moment. Mr. Camp* 
bell will rebuild the factory at the corner of 
Forty-second Street and Tenth Avenue, New 
York, which was destroyed by fire, and fight his 
competitors with all the means in bis power. 

To tkg Editor 0/ The PmkiitktrM' iVtikly. 

Sir: In your issue of July 21, under Busi- 
ness Notes, you make a statement which is un- 
true, and one which might be very injurious. In 
the notice of receiver being asked for Alexander 
Belford you say that certain notes were secured 
by $100,000 of stock in The Werner Company, 
and said stock is not worth enough to satisfy a 
judgment of $7000.* The fact is (and one which 
you should have ascertained before publishing 
the article) that the security was $20,000 of The 
Werner Company stock, that it was not. and 
could not be offeied for sale, and that the stock 
of The Werner Company has never been sold * 
below its face value. We expect and io&ist that 
the correction be given as much prominence as 
the original article. 

In the same issue of your paper, in the copy* 
right matter of Harper Brothers against Edgar 
S. Werner, a great many people think we are 
the Werner interested, and we have received nu* 
merous letters in reference to the matter. We 
will be pleased if you will put a notice in that 
The Werner Company have no connection and 
do not know Edgar S. Werner. 
Yours truly, 

Thk Wb&nbr Company, 

by A. BbLFO&D. 

[*Thb PtniLiSHBRS* Wbbkly, by the way , made 
no such positive assertion. It recorded the fact 
that it was "alleged" that the stock was not 
worth enough to satisfy the judgment. We 
simply credited common newspaper report, and 
regret that in doing so we should have been mis- 
led into misstating the facts In the case. — Ed. 
P. W.] 


*• Thb Orthobpist," by Alfred Ayres, pub- 
lished by D. Appleton & Co., has gone Into a 
second edition. 

Hbnry Bacon Allbn, who has been associ- 
ated with G. P. Putnam's Sons for the past five 
years, is about to sever his relations with them 
to uke up an engagement with the Brenuno's. 

T. Y. Crowell & Co. will publish immediate- 
ly, in connection with Cranston & Curts, of Cin- 
cinnati, '• The Footprints of the Jesuits," by R. 
W. Thompson, ex-Secretary of the U. S. Navy. 

Thb " Handbook of the Northwestern Book- 
sellers' and Newsdealers' Association " contains 
160 pages, not 25, as through a printer's error 
we were made to report in our notice of the book 
July 21. 

D. C. Hbath & Co. have just published the 
third edition of Sever's " Progressive Speller." 
This new edition contains twenty-four additional 
pages, giving lessons in synomyms, autonyms, 
homonyms, words traceable to the Latin, words 
traceable to the Greek, and foreign words and 

R. A. Arnold, 157 William Street. New York, 
has published a ** Grand Regent March Royal 
Arcanum," composed for the piano by Mrs. A. 
W. Rose, and dedicated to Justin F. Price. Grand 
Regent of the Royal Arcanum of the State of 

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New York. The march has also been arranged 
for the orchestra, and is to be perfomed by 
Sousa's and other large bands in this country. 

Thb Grolibr Club has in press a two-volume 
edition of the " Poems of John Donne," edited 
by Prof. Charles Eliot Norton. It has in prep- 
aration a new volume of ** Transactions of the 
GroHer Club," which will cover the first ten 
years of the club's history. It will be carefully 
printed on hand-made paper, illustrated and 
decorated with views of the exterior and interior 
of the club-house. Both works will be ready in 
the fall. 

Wm. Bbvbrley Harison, N. Y^, has just ready 
a monograph entitled "What Time Is It? a 
manual of instruction in teaching and reckoning 
time, longitude, solar and standard time, with 
exercises and problems for use In schools," by 
H. T. Clauder. The manual is not only adapted 
for use in primary classes, but is intended also 
for use in the secondary and grammar grades of 
city and town schools for regular or supplemen- 
tary work. 

Miss Mildred Ruthbrford, of Athens, Ga., 
author and publisher of two handbooks, one on 
American the other on English authors, calls 
the attention of the trade to the fact that the 
Educational Catalogue in listing these books 
(July 14, page 65, second column) erroneously 
quoted the introduction price to schools in lots 
of fen or more — $1.25 — as the wholesale price. 
The retail price of these books is $2, the dis- 
count to the trade 20 ^, thus making the net 
price to the trade $t.6o. 

D. Applbton & Co. have in press for immedi- 
ate publication " Mrs. Limber's Raffle, or, a 
church fair and its victims." by William Allen 
Butler; ** Essays, Biological and Geological," by 
Thomas H. Huxley, forming the eighth volume 
of the author's collected essays ; "A Rejoin- 
der to Professor Weismann." by Herbert Spen- 
cer, reprinted from The Contemporary Review; 
" General Lee," by General Fitzhugh Lee, a new 
volume in the Great Commanders Series, edited 
by General James Grant Wilson, with portrait 
and maps: and *' George Mandeville's Husband," 
by C. E. Raimond, a new volume in their Town 
and Country Library, 

Henry T. Clauder has resigned his position 
with the Bethlehem Iron Company, taking efiff ct 
July 3r, to accept the position of assistant man- 
ager of the Bell Punch and Printing Company 
and The Times Publishing Company of Bethle- 
hem, Pa. As boy and man Mr. Clauder has 
been well and favorably known in Bethlehem for 
upwards of thirty year?. H is early business train- 
ing in Bethlehem, in Cincinnati, and St. Louis, 
and his later connection with the firms of A. 
Wolle & Co. and Wolle, Krause & Erwin, fur- 
nished an excellent training for the more respon- 
sible duties later intrusted to his direction. In 
1868, when the Moravian Publication Concern 
was projected, Mr. Clauder and his brother, the 
late A. C. Clauder, were asked to inaugurate 
and accept Its management. In this capacity he 
familiarized himself thoroughly with the details 
of printing and publishing and developed the 
progressive business methods and executive abil- 
ity that made his administration of the affairs 
of the publication office eminently successful. 
He resigned his position in 1883 and became 

connected with the Anderson School Book Com- 
pany, of New York. Three years later he be- 
came financially interested in and reorganized 
the company under the name of the New York 
School Book Clearing House, and became its 
president and manager. 

Charles Scribnbr's Sons will shortly publish 
a book which they have had in preparation for 
many months, whose importance and interest to 
at least one-half of the community are evident 
at once. It is entitled "The Woman's Book," 
and is to be sold only by subscription. The 
plan has been to make, with the help of capable 
autboritif s, a work which will treat adequately 
almost all subjects in which American women 
are specially interested. The subjects have 
been classified as follows: " Occupation for Wo- 
men," by P. G. Hubert, Jr.; *' Housekeeping," 
bv Lillian W. Betts; "Women in Their Business 
Affairs," by W. O. Stoddard; "Social Life and 
Usages," by Constance Cary Harrison; "The 
iEstheiics of Dress," by Eva Wilder McGlasson; 
•• Dress from the Practical Standpoint," by va- 
rious writers; " Hygiene in the Home," by J. 
West Roosevelt, M.D. ; " The Training of 
Children," by Kate Douglas Wiggin ; " The 
Education of Women," by Rev. Lyman Abbott; 
•* Books and Reading," by Thomas Wentworih 
Higginson; "The Art of Travel," by Elizabeth 
Bisland; "The Home Grounds," by Samuel 
Parsons, Jr.; " The Flower Garden," by J. N. 
Gerard; " House-Building," by He^en Churchill 
Candee; " House Decoration and Furnishing,** 
by Mary Gay Humphreys; " Women's Oppor- 
tunities in Town and Country," by Mary Cad- 
walader Jones; and " Women's Handiwork," by 
Constance Cary Harrison. A supplementary 
chapter has been added which contains much 
information which properly belongs to a house- 
hold encyclopaedia. The index contains over 
five thousand references, which indicates the 
thoroughness with which the field has been 
covered. The Illustrations are very abundant, 
numbering more than four hundred. There are 
twelve plates in color. 


Macmillan & Co. have in press a new edition 
of Mr. Balfour's " Defence of Philosophic 
Doubt," which has been talked about for some 

Wm. Morris is getting on with his reprints of 
Pynson's Froissart and " The Life and Death of 
Jason " in black and red. Mr. Sparling, who is 
editing the Froissart, has resigned the secretary- 
ship of the Kelmscott Press, and S. C.Cockerell 
has succeeded him. 

Another important record of the Napoleonic 
period is announced in Paris, in the shape of the 
" Memoirs of Barras." the famous member of 
the Directory. The MS. has just been placed in 
the publisher's hands by the writer's family. 
The work is to be issued in four volumes, and is 
reported to be full of picturesque details. 

Apropos of the discussion aiming to abolish 
the system of issuing novels in three volumes In 
England the council of the London Booksellers' 
Society has authorized the Issue of a lettter to 
the principal publishers from which we quote 
the following : " As the whole question of three- 
volume novels is now being raised, we should 
like to say that it would be a great satisfaction 
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to us if good works of fiction ceased to be issued 
in this way. We are unanimously in favor ol 
such novels being published at once in a six- 
shilling form, or, at any rate, at some popular 
price; and we feel convinced that not only would 
the bookseller order such volumes in large num- 
bers, but that the 'library' orders would not be 
diminished. As to other books, we have long 
been of opinion that the price at which they are 
issued upon first publication prohibits sales." 


Augusta. Me.— The publishing house of E. 
C. Allen & Co. has suspended operations. A 
few years ago this firm had probably the largest 
number of subscribers to its various publica- 
tions of any house doing a similar business in 
this county — their list being made up of up- 
wards of a million names. The publications 
of this house were made up at first of " plate 
matter" and ** clipped" articles. They were 
printed on the cheapest of paper and in poorest 
of type ; they were then scattered broadcast 
through the land, fairly blazing with premium 
offers— that is, they promised that on the pay- 
ment of fifty cents a year one dollar's worth — 
sometimes two or three — of cheap jewelry, 
curios, and various other •* novelty goods " 
would be presented to the subscriber as premi- 
ums. For several years this sort of thing made 
the firm flourish and wax fat. In these days it 
was not so much a publishing house as dealers 
in novelty goods. Later on the public became 
educated and began to refuse the bait, and con- 
sequently the papers were improved. Compe- 
tition and the death of the head of the firm 
seteral years ago are said to be the causes of 
the retirement of this firm. 

Boston, Mass.— Louis D. Brandeis, assignee 
of the D. Lothrop Co., In sending to the credi- 
tors of that firm their checks for the final divi- 
dend of 25 ^, completing the payment In full of 
all claims, writes : " 1 deem it proper to state 
that owing to the prevailing depression in busi- 
ness the amount realized from the assets of the 
corporation would not have been sufficient to 
pay a dividend of much over 60 ^ on outstand- 
ing claims against the company, and payment 
in full has been rendered possible only through 
the hearty co-operation of Mrs. Daniel Lothrop. 
James E. Lothrop, and John C. Lothrop, and 
their generous and honorable action In con- 
tributing the balance from their own means at 
great personal sacrifice." 


The Dead hzvKL,-^ American LUerary Man: 
The great novel of the age will be written by 
an American. The fact is, I myself could write it 
at 9ny time if I desired to do so. Cynical Friend: 
Then why in thunder don't you do so ? Avter- 
ican Literary Man : Simply because I feel con- 
strained to write down to the level of the Ameri- 
can girl, who is the principal reader of novels 
nowadays. As another great American writer 
has recently said, "she is the Iron Madonna who 
strangles in her fond embrace the American 
novelist; the Moloch upon whose altar he sac- 
rifices willingly or unwillingly his chances of 
greatness."— A^/ter York Tribune, 


Under the keadinir '*Bs0Jks WmtUed;' 9U % m w k \ t r% 
tfOy MTtf •MMfftfd to « prm insoriUn. mfA— «•«• 
/Wr h—ha out of print, oaaeluoimo of M t Kr — > (In 
MHf Uow omoopt Bpooial n umh or o ), #• mm lii l iii l 
not omoooding lOO iinoa n y«ar. Jf w mm r m tkmm 
p9% Ummo mro ooni, tho omoooo is mi lO f m tm por 
UmOf mmd mm M i mmt mhomUL^ 5« wnt i M om d l * Bide /m 
eurrefdh0»h9 and tnek at mmy he easily hmd /ram tk* 
hnSlitkert^ mnd repeated mmtter^ as well as eMmdoartise- 
meats /rem men-suAseriSers, most he paid /or eU the rat* 
4^10 eemts per lime. 

Under the heading ^^ Be0hs /er Sale,'^ tJka ahprge U 
tnhserihers and men-snhserihers is lo seats par Ume/tr 
iaeh insertien, -Ne dednetian/er repeated mtmtter. 

Under the heading ** Seehs/er Ejeehange^^ tka cMargt 
is BO eemts per line, Ne dedmetian/er ttandiesg nuttier. 

Under the heading *'Sitnatiens WmmtedT amltcrihert 
are emtttled te eme/ree insert iem nf/we limae. Far re- 
peated mmtter mmd advertisememts ^fme m sa tA eerO i erM the 
eharge ie xoeemie per lime. 

All ether email advertisemtemts will he eJkmrged at the 
mmiferm rate e/\o eemts per lime. Eight ma rde musy he 
reehemed te the lime. 

Bartiee with wham we have me aeeannts mtwut pay is 
advanee, etherwise me matiee will he taken ^ tkair eemt" 

Parties desirimt te receive amswere te their' mdnertise- 
atemte thraneh this ejtee most either eall /or tkam er 
emelese pestage stamps with their ardors /or tJka immriiem 
^feneh admertisemumte, Im all eases we mmat kmne the 
fall address e/ advertisers as a gmaramtee ^gaad/aith. 

Houses that are williag to deal oalj on a caah-oii-de> 
livery batit will find it to their advantage to pat after 
their firm-name the word {CasKl. 

IV WrUa your wanta plainiy mnd mn. mmo oUU 
of tka ahaet ontp, IUegihiy'%Mrittom ^^mmnia" 
wiU booonaiderodeu ''noiheioitHf boon, t^o o im od ," 


IV /m anewerimg^ please state edition^ eemditiem^and 
price% inelndimt ystags er express charges. 

Antiquarian Book-8toro. Omaha, N«b. 

Caulkint« History of New London. 

The House of Alexander. 

Lippard*t Legends of the Revolution. 

Q. W. Baldwin, Houston, Tex. 
Other Pcople*s Children, cl. preferred. 
9 each Borderland, nos. z and a. 
Reason vs. Sword, by Washburn. 

The Book-8hop, 160 Public 8q.. Olevoland, O. 

Adams, Democracy and Monarchy in France. 
Bverybodv*s Fairy Godmother. 
Chambers^ Encyclopaedia, second-band. 

Boston Book Oo., \h% Baacon St., Boston. 

American Annual Re^ster, 1833-3. 

Biblical Repertory. i8a8-'3o-*32."^34-'36, '39, '40, *5«. '64, 

'65, ^68, *69. *70, V«. 
North Am, Review ^ 1843-49 ; July, 1869. ▼. or odd noe. 

The Bowan-Marrlll Oo., Indlanapolla. Ind. 
Abbott*s Life of John Colet. 
Thompson's History of the Tariff. 

Qaorga Brumdar, Mllwaukaa, Wis. 
Books on Alaska. 
Reports on Alaska. 
Dtcsrater amd Furnisher^ Sept., 1891. 
Weatherly, In Arcadia, desi^^ed by Harriet M. Benaet. 
Codes of Dakota, 1887. 
Art Amateur^ Oct., 1887. 
University Extension^ Not., 1898 ; Feb., ^93. 
Eclectic Afag.,Jt^n.t 1893. 
Natiem, June at, as, July 5, 1888. 
North Am. Review^ v. laa, $4. 
Lutheran Witnese^ June, t88i to ^ complete. 
Famous Composers, complete io-fits. 

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BOOKS WANTED, —Continued. 

J. W. Bouton, 8 W. 28th 8t., N. Y. 

^enealoflrical Htotoriet of the Abbott, Barnard, Coffin, 
Chandler, Harding, Bverctt, Johnson, Kimball, and 
Mitchell Families. 

M filler. Fertilization of Orchids. 

D*Oyley and Mantz, Bible, 3 t., X850. 

Th« Burrows Bros. Oo.» Olovoland, O. 

Carpenter*s Six Months in White House. 

Pierpont*s American First Class-Book, about 1823. 

Renan*s St. Paul. 

Report of nth C. B. Convention. 

Husmann*s American Grape Growing. 

*' Grape Culture in California. 

Ross, Second Voyage to Arctic, 1835. 
Drake tS. G.), Book of the Indians. 
Any books on the Indians. 

J. W. Oadbv, 682 B'way, Albany, N. Y. 

Howe's Historical Colls, of Ohio. 

Proud's History of Penna., a v. 

D*mocr»tic Revitw^ all after v. 31. 

Morp^an*s Masonry Revealed — pamphlet. 

Siilimttn'i Am. JoutmaI^ v 13 and 15, ist ser. 

Franklin InstHuU Journal 0/ Pa.^ July, i860, to date, 

bound V. 
The Turner Gallery. Appleton & Co. 

O. N. Caspar, 437 E. Water 8t., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Birch, Egypt. N. Y., 1875. 

McFarlane, Japan. Hartford, 1856. 

Robert, The Gypsies. London, 184a. 

Hodge, Commentaries on Romans. N. Y., 1886. 

Oathcart, Oleland, & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Old House by the River, Prime, H. B. 

A. H. Olapp, 82 Maiden Lane. Albany, N. Y. 
English Rule and Misrule in the Colonies. Harper & 

Golden Butterfly, pap. 

Customs of the Service, a v., by Capu Kantz. 
Father Thompson*s Bible, Beecher. 

A. 8. OlarR, 34 Park Row. N. Y. 
Biblical Repertory, v. x (1829). I offer $5. 

Robert Olarko & Co., 04nclnnatl, O. 
Bel Ami, hf. levant, 8*. 
Shaler's Geolc^ical Survey of Ky., v. x. 
DuvaPs Big Foot Wallace. 
Foote*s Texas and Texans. 
Kennedy*s Texas. 
Maillard*s Texas. 

Helps* Spanish Conquest, Harper*s ed. 
The Wilderness ; or, Braddock^s Times. 
History of Westmoreland Co., Pa . 
Scbleiermacher, Outline Study of Theology, 1850. 

'* Sibellian and Aothanasian Representa* 

tion of the Trinity, 1839. 
Jacob's Adventures in nicific Ocean. Harper, X844. 
Burnet t*s American System of Book-keeping. New York, 

V. 9 Bancroft's History of U. S., full shp. or cl. 

Oranston & Ourts, 67 Waah'n^Bt., Qhlcago, 111. 

Life of Sir W. Raleigh, Anonymous. 
Hitchcock's Analysis of the Bible. 
Calderwood, Philosophy of the Infinite. 

P. T. Ounnfngham, 440 Grand 8t., N. Y. 
V. 5, 6, 7 Appleton 's Bncyc, 1883, shp. 

Cuehing & Co., 34 W. Baltimore 8t., Baltimore, 

Rosa Vertu Johnson, Poems. 

E. Darrow & Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Rev. Samuel Whiting, of Lynn, by Dr. Wm. Whiting. 

Ohas. H. Dreesel. 669^ Broad St., Newark, N. J. 

Andrew Lang*s Trans, of Aucassin & Nicolette. 
Lawton's Insuraaee Tables, American Experience, 4 and 

4M Per Cent. 
Sadlier's Commentary on Matthew and John. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 6 E. 19th 8t., N. Y. 
9 copies Queer People, Palmer Cox. 
X each of nos. x and % of The Cha^ Book. 
Some Chinese Ghosts. Roberts Bros. 
National History of the United States, s v., by Lossing 

and Williams, x8ss-7. 
9 copies A Frozen Dragon. Pub. by Dodd, Mead & Co. 

FredeHck DIehl, 210 W. Market 8t., Louisville, 

G. B. Stebbins, Chapters from the Bibles of all Ages. 

Harry K. Duke & Oo., Cumberland, Md. 
Life of Col. James Gardiner, by Jos. Doddridge. 

E. P. Dutton & Oo., 81 W. 23d 8t., N. Y. 
Story of Mary PhUlips, by A. W. Van Tassell Sutphen. 

Eclectic Book-8toro, Los Angeles, Gal. \jCa*h.\ 
Great Bank Robbery. 
An American Penman. 
Atilla the Hun. 
Borderland, no. i. 

Flagler & Co., 292 Main 8t., Poughkoopelo, N. Y. 
Star Papers, by H. W. Beecher. 

A. E. Footo, 1224 N. 4let 8t., Phlla., Pa. 
Ray*s Menul Hygiene. 
Thomas, Historical and Geographical Account of Pa. and 

Thatcher, Indian Bibliography. 

Cobbold, Parasites of Man and Domestic Animals. 

Henry Goldsmith, WInfleld, Kan. 
Borgeaud, Charles, The Use of Modern Democracy in 
Old and New England. 

The T. 8. Gray Go., Mllwaukea, Wis. 
Squier*s States of Central America. 
*' Nicaragua. 

H. Gregory's Book-Store, Providence R. I, 
Life of Douglas Jerrold, by B. Jerrold. 

Martin I. J. Grlffln, 71 I Bansom 8t., Philadel- 
phia., Pa. 
Anything relating to Sute Beneficence to the Poor or 

Anything relating to Franciscan Missions. 
Books ofCommon Prayer, Am. ed. prior to x84S. 
Hymn- Books, Am. eds. 

W. B. Harlson. 69 6th Ave., N. Y. 
Allen and Greenough*s Prep. Latin Prose, 10 copies. 

Healy & Daly, 206 Powell 8t., Ban Francisco. 

Blaine*s Twenty Years in Congress, v. s. 
Duyckinck, Cyclo. of American Literature, v. a. 
Frank Forrester on the Horse. 
Stephens* War Between the States, v. a. 
Stimson, History of Express Companies. 

Hunt & Eaton, 160 6th Ave., N. Y. 

Lesson Commenury, by Vincent and Hurlbut, for 1887, 

*88, *89. 
Illustrative Notes, by Hurlbut and Doherty, for 189X and 


Please sute price, and if the books are perfect. 

R. L. Jaquae, La Fayette, Ind. 
Modern Theory of Chemistrv, by Myer. 
Select Method of Chemical Analysis, by Crooks. 
Foods, by BIyth. 

Bxercise in Preparation of Organic Products, by Fischer. 
State condition and cash price, ktcst editions. 

E. W. Johnson, 2 E. 42d 8t.. N. Y. 
Institutes Gen. Hist., Andrews. . 
Intro. Middle Ages, Bmerton, B. Ginn. 
Civilization Middle Ages, Adams. 
Jane Taylor's Poems. Carter & Bros. 

Johnson & EmIgh, 10 Post 8t., Ban Francisco, 

Roorbach's Bibliotheca Americana, v. s, 1852-5 ; v. 3, 

1855-8 ; V. 4, 1858-61. 
Kelly's American Catalogue, x86f6 ; 1866-71. State con 


The E. P. Judd Go.. P. O. Box 406, New Haven* 

Gona. \Cath,'\ 
Faraday, by Gladstone. Pub. by Maomillan. 
Lyman Genealogy, 
winter's Cavalry Life, cl. 
Crusoe's Island, Browne, J. R., cl. 
Splendid Spur Q., cU 
Mutiny of Bounty, cl. 
Margaret Montecliffe, cl. 

Kerrigan's Book-Btore, 840 Elm 8t., Dallas, 

Texas. \Caok^ 
Dr. Kendall's Texas SanU Yi Exp 


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BOOKS WANTED.— Continued, 

Thomas Laurie, 28 Paternottar Row, London* 

Barnard*8 German Pedagogy, a v. 
" English *• 9 V. 

A Hst of 500 books on the principles and history of edu- 
cation sent postfree. 

Leary's Old Book-Store. 8. 0th 8t , Phi la., Pa. 
Bndymion : a Tale of Greece, by H. B. Hirst. 
Poetical Dictionary, by H. B. Hirst. 

Paul Lemperly. I I I Water 8t., Cleveland, O. 

The Yellowplu^h Correspondence. Philadelphia, 1838. 
Sidney Lanicr*s Poems. Philadelphia, 1877. 

" •* Tiger-Lilies, xst ed. 

Poems by Rowland Sill. Pub. in San Francisco. 

Leonard Pub. Oo.. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. 
Crook in the Lot. by Rev. Thos. Boston. Formerly Car- 
ter & Bros.* publication. 

R. M. Lindsay, Nth and Walnut 8ts., Phlla., Pa. 

Audubon's Birds, 7 v. (or v 7 separately). 
Book-Pl»tes (Ex- 1 ibris). Will make selection from lou 
sent on inspection with prices marked. 

Lovell, Ooryell & Oo., 310-18 eth Ave., N. Y. 

Penrose, Architectural Proportions, English ed. 

W. H. Lowdermllk & Oo., Washington, D. O. 

Old World Questions and New World Answers. 

Davis, Bricics, Tiles, and Terra Cotta. 

Mackey. Masonic Turisprudence. 

Sargent s Gumey's Shorthand, ist and 3d ed. 

Smithsonian Misc. Collections, v. sa. 

Schai!ncr*s Telegraph Manual. 

8. B. Luyster. 79 Nassau St., N. Y. \Ca*k:\ 
Symonds* Renaissance in Italy, 7 v., 8% London, or any 


B. & J. F. Meehan, Bath, England. 
Bacon's (Lord) Works, any, with American imprint. 
Byron's (Lord) Works, *• *• ** ** 

Niagara Falls—any books or prints. 

Thomas B. Mother, 37 Exchange St., Portland, 

Me. \Ca$k.-\ 
Folsom's Saco and Biddeford. 

Sanderson's Lives of the Signers, v. 7, 8, 9. State ed. 
Bo0k Mart, May. t888. 

Ailibone's Supplement to Diet, of Authors, a v., d., fair 

O. P. Nettleton, Haywards, Gal. 
A Child of the Menhir : Tale of Brittany. 

The Open Oourt Publishing Oo., 324 Dearborn 

St , Ohlcag:o, III. [Ca*k,'\ 
Childer^s Pali-EngUsh Dictionary. London, TrQbner. 
Seal's Travels of Fah-Hian and Sung-Vun, tr. from the 

Chinese, 1869. 
Seal's Buddhist Tripitaka, 1876. 

W. H. Parker, 29 Bratle Sq., Cambridge, Mass. 

J. P. Collier's Annals of Stage and Hist. Bng. Dramatic 
Poets, 1879. 

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form inscriptions; Becent discoveries. Written with 
the view of preaentin^r a brief account of the discover- 
ies, bearing upon the history related in the Bible, 
which have be«n made during the last ten or twelve 
years, and doing this in a simple form, omitting all 
matters that do not appear to be of general interest. 

*Parr, J. "W. Farrian system of book-keep- 
ing : for use in common schools, high 
schools, normal schools, business colleges, 
academies, and self-instruction. Downs, 
Kan., Kansas Book Co., 1894. 100 p. 12*, 
cl., $1. [2557 

*Parr, J. "W. Farrian system of busmess 
arithmetic: for use in common schools, 
high schools, normal schools, business col- 
leges, academies, and self-instruction. 
Downs, Kan., Kansas Book Co., 1894. 
850 p. 12% cl., $1. [2558 

♦Parr, J. W. Farrian system of correspond- 
ence and business forms : for use in com- 
mon schools, high schools, normal schools, 
business colleges, academies, and self-in- 
struction. Downs, Kbji,, Kansas Book 
Co., 1894. 114 p. 12% cl., $1. [2559 

♦Parr, J. "W. Farrian system of i)enmanship: 
for use in common schools, high schools, 
normal schools, business colleges, acade- 
mies, and self-instruction. Downs, Ejan., 
Kansas Book Co., 1894. 144 p. 12*, cl., $1. 


• In this list, the titles generally are verbatim transcriptums {according to the rule of the American 
Library Association) from books received, Books not received are indicated by a prefixed ctsterisk^ 
and this offire cannot be held responsible for the correctness of their record. «^ 

Sept 1, '94 \No. X179] 

The Publishers' Weekly. 


of the Midwav 
Strang cane, b: 

X*awoett, Ed^srar, Ross, Clara Sprague, Ward, 
A. B., [and others.'] A comedy of counter- 

8 lots, and other Outing stories. N. Y., 
>utiog Pub. Co., [1894.] c. 4-189 p. il. 
nar. D. (Outing lib., v. 1, no. 2.) pap. 25 c. 

CcntenU: A comedy of counterplots, by Kdjnur 
" " '►y Clara Bprague Ross; A medley 
[idway Flaisance. by A. B. Ward ; A very 
sase, by W: Hinckley; The Flaj?elante*s sin, 
Oy Theresa M. Randall; The letter of credit, by C: O. 
Nott,Jr.; The ghost at White Bear, by Franklyn W. 

Fiske, J: A history of the United States for 
schools; with topical analysis, suggestive 
questions, and directions for teachers, by 
Frank Alpine Hill. Boat., Houehton, 
Mifflin & Co., 1894. c. 21+474 p. il. por. 
maps, D. cl., net, $1. [2562 

Mr. Fiske has made not a compilation, but a fresh 
history of the United States, from the discovery of 
America to the present time, especially calculated to 
interest young students, both from the attractive 
style of the narrative and the form in which the pub- 
lishers have issued it. The book contains some very 
valuable appendixes— one giving the origin of the 
names of tne States and Territories, with mention of 
books on the history of the States; another naming 
books treating of successive epochs; another indicat- 
ing novels, poems, and songs relating to American his- 
tory; another on the calendar ana the reckoning of 
•dates The book is very fully illustrated, but not for 
mere embellishment; all the maps and pictures have a 
positive historic value. 

Flower, B. O. The new time: a plea for the 

union of the moral forces for practical 

progress. Bost., Arena Pub. Co., 1894. 

Z-m p. D. cl., $1; pap., 60 c. [2568 

Deals with practical methods for the reform of 

-specific social evils. The following is the table of 

contents: Union for practical progress; They have 

fallen into the wine press; Jesus or C»tar; The new 

time; Then dawned a light in the east. 

Hall, Bev. Francis J. The doctrine of man 
and of the god-man. Milwaukee, Wis., 
The Young Churchman Co., 1894. c. 200 p. 
S. (Theological outlines, v. 2.) cl., net, 75 c. 

Treats of creation; angelology; man; the fall of 
man; the incarnation ; the hypostatic union; the 
properties of Christ ; the offices or Christ; the myster- 
ies of Christ's humiliation; the mysteries of Christ's 

'^Harper, C: G. Practical handbook of draw- 
ing for modern methods of reproduction. 
Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1894. 12-i-161p. 
il. pi. 8% cl., $2.50. [2565 

Sowland, Marie. Papa's own girl : a novel. 
[JVeM? issueA N. Y., Lovell, Coryell & Co., 
[1894.] c. 74. 547 p. D. (Series of Ameri- 
can novels, no. 2.) pap., 50 c. [2566 

^^niinois. Appellate cts. Reports of cases 
submitted at the Feb. term, 1898, of the 4th 
district, and at the Mar. and Oct. terms, 
1898, of the first district; v. 51; rep. by 
Martin L. Newell. Chic, Callagh'an « Co., 
1894. c. 712 p. O. shp., $3.75. [2567 

♦Iowa. Supreme ct. Reports of cases, May 
10 to May 27, 1892; by Nathaniel B. Ray- 
mond ; V. 5 being v. 85 of the ser. Colum- 
bia, Mo., E. W. Stephens, 1894. c. 21 + 
855 p. O. shp., $8. 2568 

*lT6rach, Ja. Christianity and evolution. 
N. Y., T: Whittaker, 1894. 8+232 p. 16% 
(Theological educator.) cl., 75 c. [2569 

J'acoMj Mrs. Mary Putnam. Found and lost. 
N. Y., G: P. Putnam's Sons, 1894. c. 8+ 
189 p. nar. D. (The autonym lib., no. 2.) 
cl., 50 c. [2570 

** Found and lost ** is a strange Oriental tale, relat- 

ing to a search for the source of the Nile. It is followed 
by **A sermon at Notre Dame, or, religion under the 
Second Empire. 

Janvier, T: A. In old New York. N. Y., 
Harper, 1894. c. 7+285 p. maps, il. D. 
cl.. 11.75. [2571 

Articles that have appeared in Harper^i Magcuine^ 
which tc^ther form a graphic history of the settle- 
ment of New York and the Tarlous changes Its streets 
and houses have passed through in its great growth and 
expansion. They are entitled: The evolution ef New 
York; Greenwich village ; Down Love Lane: Lispen- 
ard*s meadows; The Battery; The debtor8M)rlson; 
Old-time pleasure-gardens; New and old New York. 

Javal, Dr. Essay on the phypiology of writ- 
ing. N. Y., W: Beverley Harison, [1894.] 
c. 4-60 p. T. (Pocket pedagogical lib., no. 
2.) pap., 25 c. [2572 

J6kai, Maurus. Eyes like the sea: a novel; 
from the Hungarian, by R. Nisbet Bain. 
N. Y., G: P. Putnam's Sons, 1894. 12+ 
896p. D. cl., $1. [2578 

This novel of modem Hungarian life was crowned 
by the Hungarian Academy as the best Magyar novel 
or the year 1880. While to a large extent autobio- 
graphical, telling a grreat deal about J6kai himself, his 
home, and his early struggles, both as an author and 
apatriot, the work is essentially a novel, he being one 
or the chief characters in his romance. The interest 
centres in his relations with a certain *' Bessr,** who in 
vain tempts him, though rich in charms. ^*Bessv*s** 
adventures and the history of her Ave husbands is 
full of humor. The Hungarian Revolution of 1848 is 
an episode. 

J6kaL Maurus. Timar's two worlds; author- 
ized tr., by Mrs. Hegan Kennard. N. Y., 
Appleton, 1894. 6+860 p. D. (Appleton's 
town and country lib., no. 150.) cl., $1; 
pap., 50 c. [2574 

First published in this country imder the title of 

**▲ modern Midas,^* by R. Worthington. See notice, 

" Weekly Record," P. W., Dec. 20, *W, [678.] This is an 

entirely new translation. 

King, Rufus. The life and corre^'pondence of 
Rufus EliDg; comprising his letters, private 
and official, his public documents, and his 
speeches; ed. by his grandson, C: R. Eling, 
M.D. V. 1., 1755-1794. N. Y., G: P. Put- 
nam's Sons, 1894. c. 19+624 p. por. 8% 
cl., $5. [2575 

Rufus King was bom at S6arborough« Me., 1755, and 
died 1827; he was a distinguished lawyer, and a member 
of the convention for framing the Federal constitu- 
tion; in 1789 was elected one of the first Federal itena- 
torn from New York, and was returned to Congress 
three times afterward. His life and letters contain 
matter of interest bearing upon the early periods of 
the history of the United States. 

*Kipping, F. Stanley, and Perkin, W. H. Or- 
ganic chemistry. Pt. 1. Phil., J. B. Lip- 
pincott Co., 1894. 802 p. il. 12% cl., $1. 


Marriage mirror (The); or, love and court- 
ship: a true lover's guide to marriage and 
courtship. N. Y., Street & Smith, [1894.] 
60 p. D. (Manual lib., no. 86.) pap., 10 c. 


*Bffi88onri. St. Louis and the Kansas City 
cts. of appeals. Cases determined from 
Nov. 7, 1893, to Jan. 8, 1894, rep. by David 
Goldsmith and Ben Eli Guthrie, off. reps. 
V. 55. Columbia, E. W. Stephens, 1894. 
c. 18+728+11 p. O. shp., $5. [2578 

*Monkhoiuie, Allan. Books and plays. Phil., 
imported by J. B. Lippincott Co., 1894. 5 
+^0 p. 12% cl., net, 11.50. [2579 

Moore, Frank Frankfort. I forbid the banns: 
the story of a comedy which was played 
seriously. [New issue.} NrY« The Cassell 
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Thi Publishers' Weekly. 

\N0. 1179] Sept I, '94 

Pub. Co., [1894.] c. '98. 4+404 p. D. (Cas- 
sell's sunshine ser., no. 155.) pap., 50 c. 

See notice, " Weekly Racord/' P. W.» March 11, 18M, 

Munroe, Kirk. The fur seal's tooth : a story 
of Alaskan adventure. N. Y., Harper, 
1894. c. 8+267 p. 11. map, D. cl., $1.25. 

The hero is a well-educated New Enfirland lad, who 
starts from New London, Ct.« to Join his father In 
Alaska; his adventures ser re to illustrate his faults 
and shortcomings, most of his troubles coming from 
some carelessness of his own. He is robbed of his monev 
on his Journey across the continent, is falsely arrested, 
loses his steamer at Vancouver, tries to work his pas- 
sage on a supposed fishing vessel, and finds he has em- 
barked upon a pela«ric sealer; the hunting for seals 
near the Prlbyloff Islands and the descent upon the 
hunters of a U. S. Revenue cutter furnish many excit- 
ing scenes. The book gives a capital idea of seal- 
hunting and our difficulties with otner nations on the 

*Nitti, Francesco S. Population and the so- 
cial system; tr. under the author's super- 
vision. N. Y., imported by Ciiarles Scrlb- 
ner's Sons, 1894. 16+192 p. 12% (Social 
sci. ser.) cl., $1. [2582 

♦Ohio. Supreme ct. Reports of cases, by 
Levi J. Burgess, rep. New ser., v. 50, 
[Jan. term, 1893.] Norwalk. The Laning 
Pr. Ck)., 1894. c. 28+771 p. O. shp., $2.50. 

Pemberton, Max. The iron pirate: a plain 
tale of strange happenings on the sea. N. 
Y., The CasseU Pub. Co., [1894.] 4+298 p. 
a. D. cl., $1.25. [2584 

The story deals with the attempt by a young Eng- 
lishman to gain the secret of the iron pirate*s hiding- 
place, so that the nameless vessel, which has been 
robbing and sinking Atlantic liners, may be captured by 
the governments of the world. The narrative is full of 
action and sensational events, and also rich In horrors 
and brutalities. The story takes place upon the sea, 
sometimes on a yacht, and sometimes on the iron 
pirate, again in Greenland, and in New York and 

Ponslevl, Perpetuo. Magdalena; from the 
Spanish. N. Y. and Chic. Rand, McNally 
& Co., 1894. c. 4+270 p. D. (Globe Ub. V. 
1, no. 186.) pap., 25 c. [2585 

The story opens in Madrid in the year 1886; it is a 
narrative of intrigue and crime— attempted assassma- 
tlon, illicit love, etc. 

♦Poor, H. V. Poor's manual of the railroads 
of the United States for 1894. 21th year. 
N. Y., H. V. and H. W. Poor, 1894. 1800 p. 
70 maps, 8% cL, $7.50. [2586 

♦Kinder, ^dith Wingate, ed. Poems and 
lyrics of nature. N. Y., imported by 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894. 46+278 p. 
por. 24% cl., 75 c. [2587 

♦Rylance, Rev, Joseph Hine. The woman- 
suffrage question: an argument and an 
appeal; being the substance of two lectures 
delivered in St. Mark's Church, New York. 
N. Y., T: Whittaker, 1894. 40 p. 12% pap., 
10 c. [25S& 

St. Felix, Marie. Two bad brown eyes. N. 
Y., The Merriam Co., [1894.] c. 2-245 p. 
D. (Waldorf ser., no. 20.) pap., 50 c. [2589 
By the author of "A little game with destiny." The 
possessor of the " two bad brown eyes" is a respecta- 
able country girl, who is seduced by a clergyman; he 
at once repents his sin, and Is full of horror at the im- 
morality of his accomplice, whom he deserts. She 
drifts into a life of sin, and becomes well known in Bo- 
hemian Paris. After some fifteen years or so she re- 
turns to America and to Chicago during the Columbian 
Fair, where she meets the clergyman^ young daugh- 
ter, upon whom she visits her revenge in a norribly 
cruel, wicked way. The story abounds in scenes from 
the life of the, demi-monds. 

Seelye, Julius H., D.D, Citizenship: a book 
for classes in government and law. Bost., 
Ginn & Co., 1894. c. 8+78 p. D. cl., 35 c. 


♦Southwestern 'reporter, v. 26; cont. all the 
current decisions of the supreme courts of 
Mo., Ark., and Tenn., ct. of appeals of Ky., 
and supreme ct., ct. of criminal appeals, 
and cts. of civil appeals of Tex. Perma" 
nent ed. May 14-Juiy 9, 1894; with table of 
southwestern cases m which rehearings 
have been denied; with tables of south- 
western cases published in v. 90, Ky. re- 
ports; 5, Tex. civil appeals reports. A 
table of statutes construed is given in the 
index. St. Paul. West Pub. Co., 1894. c. 
16+1185 p. O. (National reporter system, 
state ser.) shp., $4. [2591 

♦Spalding, F: P. A text-book on roads and 
pavements. N. Y., J: Wiley & Sons, 1894. 
c. 8+213 p. il. 12*, cl., $2. [259^ 

Spofford, Harriet Prescott. A scarlet poppy, 
and other stories. N. Y., Harper, 1894. c. 
3+288 p. il. D. (Harper's American story- 
tellers ser.) cl., $1.25. [2593 
Contenta: ▲ scarlet poppy; Best -laid schemes: An 
ideal; Mrs. Claxton^s skeleton: The tragic story of 
Binns; The composite wife; BIr. van Nore^s daughter- 

♦Spyars, T. G. The labor question: an epito- 
me of the evidence and the report of the 
Royal Commission on labor. N. Y., im- 
ported by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894. 
8+248 p. 12% (Social sci. ser.) cl., $1. 


♦Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael. British free- 
women: their historical privilege. N. Y., 
imported bv Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894. 
8+196 p. 12% (Social sci. ser.) cl., $1. [2595 

Tomlinson, Everett T. The search for An- 
drew Field: a story of the times of 1812. 
Bost., Lee & Shepeu^, [1894.] c. 313 p. iL 
D. (War of 1812 ser., no. 1.) cl., $1.50. [2596 
The object of this series, of which this volume is the- 
flrst issue, is to give the younger people an insight into 
the condition of the times of 1812. a history of that 
war and a glimpse at the results. It is well known that 
one of the causes of the war was ** the right of search/^ 
claimed and carried out by Great Britain, and as a re- 
sult of this Andrew Field was ** pressed.*^ 

Turner, Ethel S. Seven little Australians; 
il. by A. J. Johnson. N. Y., Ward, Lock 
& Bowden, Ltd., [1894.1 c. 5+246 p. il. 
D. cl., $1. [2597 

The ** Seven little Australians" ranged from one 
year to sixteen: they had all run wild for several 
years, when their father, an English oflScer, brought 
them a stepmother, a young girl of twenty, who was 
utterly unable to control them, but whom they all 
loved dearly. Their many unique pranks fill the vol- 
ume, making most amusing reaaing. 

♦United States. Supreme ct. Reports, v» 
154. Oct. term, 1893. J. C. Bancroft 
Davis, rep. N. Y. and Alb., Banks & Bros. ^ 
1894. c. 18+709 p. O. shp., $2.50. [259a 

Warden, Florence, [pseud, for Florence Alice 
Price, now Mrs. G: E. James.] A perfect 
fool. N. Y., The International News Co.^ 
[1894.1 c. 1-335 p. D. (Authors' lib., no. 
7.) cl., $1.25; pap., 50 c. [259^ 

A sudden change of fortune forces Mrs. Abercame 
to accept a position as housekeeper in the bouse of a^ 
seemingly rich country gentleman, where she is per- 
mitted to bring her daughter, a pretty girl, Just bud- 
ding into womauhood. who is dubbed by kind frienda 
as " a perfect fool." Chris Abercarne is not devoid of 
wit, however, and finds plenty of material in Wyng- 

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ham House upon which to exercise her intellisrence— 
the chief mystery beinjc a handsome laDAtic Icept 
under lock and key; the story of this young man Is 
full of exciting and unexpected episodes. 

*WaBhington, G: Maxims of Washington; 
comp. for use in schools, libraries, and all 
American homes. New ed. N. Y., Apple- 
ton, 1894. 428 p. 12% cl., $1. [2600 

"Washington. Tables of reference to W. 
laws; showing the sections of the code of 
1881, with those corresponding in Hill's 
code; also the sections 01 the code of 1881 
subsequently amended or repealed. Seat- 

tle, Wash., Ingraham & CJoryell, 1892. c. 
7 p. O. pap., |1. [261.1 

*Willi8ton, S: A selection of cases on the 
law of sales of personal property. Cam- 
bridge, Mass , The Harvard Law Review 
Pub. Ass'n, 1894. c. 10+1020 p. O. cl.. $6. 


*Teakle, M. M., ed. The Torrens' system of 
registration and tran^fer of the title to real 
estate, its principles explained and its meth- 
ods set forth. Chic, The Torrens Press, 
1894. c. 256 p. O. hf. shp., $8. [2603 


D. Appleton & Co.. N. Y. 

Caine, The Manxman $1 . 50 

J6ka!, TImar's two worlds. (A, T. C. L., 

150) *. 50 c. ; 1. 00 

Washington, Maxims, new ed, i .00 

Arbna Pub. Co., Bost. 

Flower, The new time 50 c. ; i .00 

Bancroft-Whitney Co.. San Francisco, Cal. 
American slate reports, v. 37(Frcemac) . 4.00 

Banks & Bros.. N. Y. and Alb. 
United States, Supreme ct,, Repts., v. 154 
(Davis) 2. 50 

J. S. Bartow, ^r., Denver. Col. 
Colorado, 1893. Mills tabular addenda to 

annot. statutes i . 50 

Thb Bownb Pub, Co.. ig Park PI,, N. Y. 
Bowne, A few hours* talk with a railroad 
man 50c. ; i.oo 

Callaohan & Co., Chic. 
Illinois, Appellate cts,, Repts., v. 51 (New- 
ell) 3.75 

Casskll Pub. Co., N. Y. 

Clifford. A wild proxy, new issue 50 

Evetts, New light on the Bible 3.00 

Moore, I forbid the banns, new issue. ... 50 

Pemberton, The Iron pirates i . 25 

Damrbll & Upham. Bost. 

Dunham, The science of vital force i .00 

GXNN& Co., Bost. 

Seelye, Citizenship 35 

W. Bbvbriay Harison. N. Y. 

Java!, Essay on the physiology of writing. 25 

Harpbr & Bros., N. Y. 

Bangs. The water ghost 1.25 

Janvier. In old New York i . 75 

Munroe, The fur seal's tooth 1.25 

Spofford. A scarlet poppy 1.25 

Thb Harvard Law Rbvibw. Cambridge. Mass. 
Williston, Selection of cases on law of 
sales 6. CO 

Houghton. Miffun & Co., Bost. 
Fiske, History of the United States for 
schools net, i.oo 

Ingraham & Corybll, Seattle, Wash. 
Washington, Tables of reference to Wash, 
laws I.oo 

Thb Intbrnational Nbws Co., N. Y. 
Warden, A perfect fool 50 c ; 1.25 

Kansas Book Co.. Downs, Kan. 
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business arithmetic i .00 

correspondence i .00 

penmanship i.oo 

Thb Laning Pr. Co., Norwalk, O. 
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Harper. Practical handbook of drawing.. 2.50 

Kipping and Per kin . Organic chemistry . . i . 00 

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St. F^Hx. Two bad brown eyes 50 

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Fawcett. Ross, and others, A comedy of 
counterplots 25 

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Poor. Manual of railroads of U. S. for 
1894 7.50 

G. P. Putnam's Sons. N. Y. 
Jacobl. Found and lost 50 

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Ponslevi. Magdalena 25 

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Turn in Re/tr€nc€ List U tlU wrdt UalUiMd in th€ Sj^nt^is, 

Biography, Oorrespondenoe, etc. — Bnckland^ 
Heroic in mitiious.— 6/r#^/, Aotobiography of a boy. 

Calendars, Souvenirs, ^X^.—Strtanur^ la friend- 
ship's name ; What makes a friend ? 

Description, Travel, B%o,^A^/ltUn*s diet, of New 
\ox)L.^G04/rey^ Island of Nantuclcet.— /r«w/A^r«#, 
Fairest of the Ulr. ^Mmrstpn, Great closed land.— 
Rand^ Mctfally dr* C«.V county and railroad maps ; 
Townships maps. 

Domestic and Social.— .^i«a> shots with an old maid's 
kodak.— f^#/M. PrakUsche milchwirth. 

Education, I«anguage.— ^#c/(#r, Ulysses und der 
Kyklop.— C/aifitf^, What time is it }^Dicken*, Tale of 
two cities.— iTar/, Physical measurement.— (;/#m»i«, 
Gate to the Anabasis.— Grtiwiw, Fairy tales.— ^#«r^, 
Comparative fiframmar of the Bag. and German.— ^»<i/, 
Geometry.— i^iMMM, Belle au bois dormant.— (7#/r, 
Bxperimenul plant physiology.— t7»r language.— /ter^ 
^r. Talks In pedagogics. — /V«»£v, Arithmetic by 
grades ; Teachers* manual.— i?a(xif«, Bssajrs and let- 
ten.^Smai/, Introduction to study of society.— T^I^m- 
a/, Hist, of the United Sutes. 

Fiction.— i4r^^x, Peter's wiU^-^BtrnAard, The pearl. 
^Bray, Ivanda.— ^writAaw, Adeline Gray.— ^«/i>r, 
Mrs. Limber's raffle.— C«rMv#ff Syivm, Bdleen Vaughao. 
—Chests, Miss Derrick. —C<yM««, Red sultan. —C<^#///, 
Wormwood.— /7a/#, Lottie's wooing.— /?«mAr. Com- 
panions of Jehu ; She-wolves of Machecoul ; Whites 
and blues.— /a«fc#//. Her fair fame.— ^i^nvtMsr, Lo*t 
for a moxBAti.—Frtdtric^ MaLTttnaL.—Gouid^ Running 
it off.— /r</M« Divided heart.— ^0>tf, Change of air.— 
Hopkins^ Two gentlemen of Hawaii.- ^#w#/i:r, The 

farroters.— /riiW«r</, No enemy (but himself).— /^«i«/, 
[aiden's progress.- AVu^o/^. Dr. Janet of Harley 
SXxttl.-^McCifiUnd^ Old post-road.— il/rr/c^«r, Pur- 
ple light of \o^t,^Mtrtditk^ Lord Ormont and his 
AmlnU.— AV^MAMM. Baroness Blank.— A^i^/r, Love 
and shawl>8traps.— />«w/r»^. Lords of misrule.— /W/, 
Out of step.— ^a/«Mi*^, George Mandevi lie's husband. 
— Rich^rdsy fisLrciMML.—Rowiand*, My pretty Jane.— 
Rustttly List, ye landsmen.— 5a//x3«r^, Birth of free- 
dom.— Smt/M, Cumberer of the ground.— 5#«M«ii^M. 
Lost lady of l^ont,—St*phensy Married in haste.— 
Stockton^ House of Martha.- 7%#Mr/r^, Rose-Li*.— 
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